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The vineyards of Saint-Aubin lie just west of, above, and along the same slope as Burgundy’s cluster of Grand Cru vineyards with the name “Montrachet” in them. They lie between 250-350 meters above sea level, so temperatures are a little cooler than those below. This, of course, is essential in preserving the natural acidity of the fruit.
The 2017 vintage for white Burgundy in the Côte d’Or was a great success in terms of both quality and quantity. If one were to take the road left of Le Montrachet up and around the bend, they would enter the Saint-Aubin appellation and the village of Gamay. There you’ll find Domaine Sylvain Langoureau. Sylvain and his wife, Nathalie, farm 10 hectares in the area. Yields are kept low, and they only use a small percentage of new oak.
This 2017 Saint-Aubin is racy and crisp, with aromas of stone, citrus, and orchard fruit. It is ripe and precise, with hints of white pepper and stones. The finish is clean and complex. Drink 2020-2030.
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