Three wines to try, buy and put by

A wonderfully balanced Burgundy, a sparkling hand-harvested Cava and a well-priced Meursault.

31st August, 2013
Chartron et Trébuchet, Macon Villages Chardonnay 2011.

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Burgundy negociants Chartron and Trébuchet was established in Puligny-Montrachet in 1984 by a couple of youthful winemakers. The move away from their respective family winemaking operations allowed them creativity and experimentation, and the firm was eventually sold to another northern Burgundy winemaker, Vincent Sauvestre, of a Meursault-producing family. Under Sauvestre, a lusciousness and Cote D'Or echoing sensibility remains in the wines. This is honeyed, generous and wonderfully balanced with a clean, crisp finish....

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