White Burgundy
 
Glass
Bottle
20
Macon Blanc Villages, Jacques Balard, Antoine Chatelet
2004
£4.00
£22.00
Classic Chardonnay characteristics. A pale yellow colour with flowry, appley aromas, a strikingly fruity taste and enough body to enhance the flavour, without making the wine too serious.
21
Chablis, Chateau de Maligny 2004
£26.00
Winner of a Silver Medal in the 2004 International Wine Challange, this has good weight of fresh citrus fruit crisp acidity.
       
22
Pouilly Fuisse Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Thibert 2004
£31.00
  A very talented young winemaker this delicious wine from sensitive oak Ageing showing rich style of Chardonnay grape.    
       
23
Montagny ler Cru, Chateaux de Davenay 2004
£26.00
A big, buttery wine with rich, ripe fruit, balanced sweet oak flavours, dry mineral finish
24
Chablis ler cru Fourvhaume, Chateaux de Maligny 2004
£36.00
Well-Made, delicious, gently Chardonnay with a subtle, honey nose, full fruit and appetising dryness.
25
Meursault Domaine Bouzereeau 2003
£45.50
An elegant Meursault with soft ripe fruity flavours and well -integrated oak flavours. Lovely lingering finish.
   
26
Chassagne Montrachet Champs Morgeot Domaine Lamy Pillot 2003
£45.00
Superb chassagne from one of the Village top grower dispalying Chardonnay flavours gently supported by new and old oak maturation.  
 
Red Burgundy
         
Glass
Bottle
27
Hautes Cotes de Beaune, Domaine Chatelet
2004
£21.00
A deep raspberry colour with lively fruits showing all the delicacy and flavours of Pinot Noir
   
   
28
Chorey les Beaune. Domaine Arnoux
2001
 
£33.00
Mature Burgundy, with savoury flavours starting to develop alongside the strawberry
 
 
29
Gevrey Chamberlin, Domaine Rossignol Trapet
2000
 
£46.00
Big full-bodied Gevrey from this top Domaine, ageing in oak barrels, lends this wine its refined, round flavour and concentration
 
         
Chateau De Maligny
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As far back as you can go in time,
there has been in Durup viticulturist in Chablis. For generations.the family
vineyards have prospered
near the Chateaux de Maligny.
In the 19th century Jean Durup's great grandfather. Paul Gally, was the lastly manager at the Chateaux Vineyard
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