Côte Chalonnaise takes centre stage
1 Dec 2011 by Julia Harding MW
The Côte Chalonnaise in southern Burgundy is not often in the spotlight, and is unlikely to be the focus of our big 2010 burgundy report to be published in January. It was therefore with great pleasure that I attended a tasting in London that brought together 10 producers from the region (pictured). Those who like counting may notice that only nine producers are listed below (in alphabetical order). That's because all my notes on the 2010s will be included in our 2010 burgundy review and Dom Raquillet showed only 2010s, whereas others showed some 2009s and one or two older vintages. The wines described below are therefore all the wines...

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