Aligoté

The understudy to Burgundy’s more famous Chardonnay, this fresh white makes lovely, quite dry wines with a creamy apple style that you may most commonly come across in the Côte Chalonnaise. If your glass is too tart, try adding a dash of Crème de Cassis, thereby making the classic apéritif, ‘Kir’.

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  1. Bourgogne Aligote, P Pillot
    Bourgogne Aligoté, Paul Pillot 2016
    Aligoté 12.0% Vol
    Burgundy > Côte de Beaune
    A classic example of this grape variety, linear and mineral driven. Light, crisp and refreshing...
    £18.20 per bottle
  2. Bourg Aligoté, Buisson-Charles
    Bourgogne Aligoté Sous le Chemin, Buisson-Charles 2016
    Aligoté 13.0% Vol
    Burgundy > Bourgogne & Hautes Côtes
    Sourced from 70 year-old vines on the edge of the Meursault village. Full of zip, pears and ripe...
    £22.00 per bottle
  3. Bouzeron Les Corderes, P Jacqueson
    Bouzeron Les Cordères, Paul et Marie Jacqueson 2014
    Aligoté 12.5% Vol
    Burgundy > Côte Chalonnaise
    Old Aligoté vines planted in 1937 give this wine excellent, appley concentration which is...
    £22.50 per bottle
  4. Bourgogne Aligote, H & P Jacqueson
    Bourgogne Aligoté, Paul et Marie Jacqueson 2015
    Aligoté 12.5% Vol
    Burgundy > Bourgogne & Hautes Côtes
    Aligoté, Burgundy's no.2 white grape, was traditionally mixed with Cassis to make Kir....
    £17.50 per bottle

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