JR: See the full guide to our coverage of Burgundy's 2016 vintage.
CHÂTEAU DE SANTENAY, Santenay
RH: Reliable and enjoyable, if not thrilling.
Juicy and crisp on the palate with a simple, fresh style giving correct lemon and apple fruits as well as a slightly herby note on the finish. (RH)
£22.99 imported by Liberty Wines 16
Spicier than their Hautes-Côtes de Beaune, with pithy green-apple fruit and lemon zest freshening the finish. Some salty character giving a savoury aftertaste. (RH)
£24.99 imported by Liberty Wines 16.5
Rich spices and creamy texture with reasonably full body and attractive flinty notes on the finish. More fleshy than zingy, but doesn't lack refreshment. (RH)
£31.99 imported by Liberty Wines 16.5
Candied blackberry fruit, light acidity, smoky notes and pliable tannin that is very easy-drinking. Enjoyably self-confident fruit intensity on the palate and finish. (RH)
£TBC imported by Liberty Wines 16.5
Something a bit chemical about this nose, and there's a bitter herbal bite to the palate. Plenty of black fruit, but there seems to be a harshness to this which is incongruous. I prefer their villages Mercurey. (RH)
£31.99 imported by Liberty Wines 16