There is so much to say about Burgundy whites !
Made exclusively from the Chardonnay grape, except Saint-Bris which is the only appellation authorized to use Sauvignon, these are wines that often tend towards pastry, rather buttery notes. Endowed with a beautiful acidity, like their red friends from Pinot Noir, they often have good aging potential, but they still have to be preserved from light because white wines do not react well to them at all!
Good thing, at WUAT, we are very attentive to this subject. This is how a 1978 Corton-Charlemagne stunned us with its still light color and remarkable freshness, it had always been kept in perfect conditions.
We know Burgundy, in white, for its magnificent Meursault, Chablis, Puligny-Montrachet, to name but a few ...
How about finding bottles from the famous Coche-Dury estate or Raveneau at home and enjoying a great tasting moment?