From the finest site in the village, this steep, limestone-rich slope faces south-east, giving optimum ripening. The nose is delicately perfumed with an intricate stony character. The palate is racy, with vibrant fruit and a fine, silky texture. The yields in 2014 were lower than normal, accounting for the excellent depth and intense length of flavour. This is a great value white burgundy (for drinking 2017 – 2020+).
2014 Saint Romain Sous Le Château, Olivier Leflaive Frères
(£19.58 per bottle)
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