Tasting Notes: Pear, Stone Fruit, Butter, Citrus
Domaine Guillot-Broux was the first Burgundy domain to be organically farmed, during the early 1950s. The 17 hectare estate is now run by the third generation.
The grapes for this cuvée come from an eight hectare parcel in the ‘Les Geniévrières’ vineyard in Mâcon-Cruzille in southern Burgundy. The wine is well balanced, round, full bodied with medium acidity and a good length. Nuances of peach, apricot, pear, butter, lemon, grapefruit, gereen apple, and a touch of vanilla cover the palate. Good to drink with baked fish or roasted white meat.