Made from 50 year old Burgundian vines.
Pale straw yellow/gold, smoky hazelnut and pine aromas continued onto a palate along with limestone and white fruit finishing long, complex and balanced.
Owned by the Greuzard family since 1924 and located in the Maconnais the family own 28 hectares of vines in four different villages and produce eight different wines including Macon La Roche Vineuse, Sant Veran and Bourgogne.
|Food Pairing||Grilled fish, creamy seafood, mushroom risotto|
|Producer||Chateau de la Greffiere|
|Ageing Potential||2 - 5 years|
"Stonefruit, a little cream and cashew, a light minty coolness. Fine and fresh on the palate, some flintiness but mainly soft and glossy with honey cashew, a little earthiness and a good burst of stonefruit and fresh cut pineapple on the finish. Easy to drink and enjoy."
91 Points, Gary Walsh, winefront.com.au, July 2013.