Saint-Romain 2014 - Albert Bichot


The Saint-Romain appellation is situated in the middle of the Cote de Beaune, close to Meursault. It usually provides an outstanding value for money, explaining why this is definitely one of our favourite names in Burgundy. This elegant bottle is showing a great finesse with citrus aromas and mineral notes. Subtle wooden notes ensure an enhanced complexity, a beautiful balance and a long, nutty finish. Nothing can go wrong with this one - quite possibly our number one pick this week!

  

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Bottle LogoWine CharacteristicsGlass LogoWhen & how to drink?Bourgogne
 
Producer
Vintage
Appellation
Region
Type
Grape
Maison Albert Bichot
2014
AOC Saint-Romain
Bourgogne
Dry white wine
100% Chardonnay
 
Drink
Open
Serve
Food
from now to 2020
Open and Drink
10-12°C
White fish or white meat, mature cheese
 BodyWhite Wine Body ScaleBarrel IconTechnical stuff
 MineralityWhite Wine Minerality Scale 
Soil
Harvest
Alcohol
Ageing
Clay and limestone 
Manual
13%
15 months in oak barrels, 10% new oak
 OakWhite Wine Oak Scale
Experts LogoWhat experts say
Jancis-Robinson.jpg

16/20 "Crisp citric fruit, dry and fibrous texture. Rounded, moderate length." (previous vintage)

 

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Saint-Romain 2014 - Albert Bichot

Saint-Romain 2014 - Albert Bichot

The Saint-Romain appellation is situated in the middle of the Cote de Beaune, close to Meursault. It usually provides an outstanding value for money, explaining why this is definitely one of our favourite names in Burgundy. This elegant bottle is showing a great finesse with citrus aromas and mineral notes. Subtle wooden notes ensure an enhanced complexity, a beautiful balance and a long, nutty finish. Nothing can go wrong with this one - quite possibly our number one pick this week!