Type: White Wine
Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Code: SAIN080
Produced from a single 0.93ha plot of old vines, planted in 1990, with a production of only 2,500 bottle a year. The elevated altitude of Saint Romain ensures great freshness and minerality.

Domaine Pascal Prunier-Bonheur

The estate spreads over 8 ha divided into plots of various sizes in the communes of Saint Romain, Auxey Duresses, Meursault, Monthelie, Pommard and Beaune: a varied range of terroirs which makes the work of expressing the wines fascinating.
Aged in 15% oak, this wine has a wonderful complexity, beautiful tangy Chardonnay fruit with notes of green apple, stoney minerality and a spiky, saline finish
100% Chardonnay grapes, sourced from Pascal's lieux dit of Combe Bazin in the St Romain appellation. All hand picked with an initial sorting in the vineyard, followed by another selection at the winery, where any bruised or unripe grapes are discarded. Pressing follows, 100% destemming. Fermentation is in a mixture of steel tanks and used French oak barrels, followed by a settling and marrying of the elements in tank, before all the wine is transferred back into barrel for 8 months. Aged in 15% new French barrels. partial malocatic follows in the spring.

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