Domaine d’Auvenay is owned by Lalou Bize-Leroy, who also controls Maison Leroy , which in turn owns half of Domaine de La Romanée-Conti . Production here is tiny, though d’Auvenay is the producer of some of the finest Chardonnay available. The vineyard holdings are tiny: 0.16 hectares of Chevalier-Montrachet, 0.06 hectares of Criots-Batard-Montrachet, 0.27 hectares of Puligny-Montrachet Les Folatières. The wines from this outstanding producer are very much worth seeking out: invariably expensive, they can be some of the very finest examples of white Burgundy.

As with the wines from Domaine Leroy, yields are tiny and the quality at an entirely new level. As well as the tiny quantities of white wines made, the domaine also has holdings in the Côte de Nuits: just over a quarter of a hectare of Bonnes Mares and the same of Mazis-Chambertin. These are some of the rarest wines made in Burgundy. The estate is farmed organically, and there are few white wines that can match the sheer intensity and energy of the white wines be they Meursault, Puligny or the grand crus.



2006 Chevalier Montrachet d'Auvenay Burgundy

2006 Chevalier Montrachet Burgundy


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