Chateau de Dracy Bourgogne Chardonnay Monopole 2015

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Chateau de Dracy Bourgogne Chardonnay Monopole 2015
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A beautifully floral nose and palate, this wine is supple and well balanced. There are hints of hazelnut on the finish making it the perfect partner to fish, shellfish and white meats.

Enjoy this wine while it's young and full of freshness.

Floral, supple and well balanced with a wonderful acidity.
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Regular Price: £16.49

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Percentage Alcohol

12.9

Region

ArrayBurgundy, Côte Chalonnaise

Grape Variety

Chardonnay

Country

France

Style

ArrayCrisp Dry White, Oaked White

Vintage

2015

Food Match

ArrayChicken, Salads & Herbs, Vegetarian

Vegan

Vegan

Regular Price: £16.49

Special Price £14.49

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The Producer

The Bichot family settled in Châteauneuf-en-Auxois, Burgundy in 1350. The family’s coat of arms has not changed since nor has its symbol, a doe (biche).Their wine heritage started in 1831 with Bernard who was a wine trader. It was his son, Hippolyte, that brought the first vines in Volnay and grandson, Albert, that rooted the Bichot name in Beaune from which the family business escalated. Since 1996 Bichot has been under Albéric Bichot who is completely focused on developing the future of the company without compromising family tradition or quality.
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Tom Cannavan Reviews

Don't just take our word for it; here's what wine writer Tom Cannavan has to say:

"Made by Albert Bichot, a family firm who have been wine growers in Burgundy for six generations, from an estate in the Côte Chalonnaise, only 20% of this was raised in oak barrels, so the creamy subtlety of the nose is more oatmeal than toast, more almond than coffee, with a beautifully clear, limpid palate, bone-dry with citrus and that hint of salty minerals, the touch of oak adding just a little creaminess to the texture. Understated, elegant white Burgundy"

The Region

Built in 1298 as a military fortress for the Dukes of Burgundy, the castle has undergone major transformations over the centuries. The particularly remarkable 75-metre-long winery and cellars, built in 1728, are still in use today. The vineyards of Château de Dracy’s are located in Couches in the northern part of Burgundy’s Sâone-et-Loire department, adjacent to the Côte de Beaune.
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Crab Cakes

The delicate crab meat calls for a smooth, fruity, floral white or rosé which doesn't overpower the meat - try Southern French rosés with good weight of fruit. Chateau de Dracy's Bourgogne Chardonnay will pair beautifully.
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Gorgonzola stuffed Chicken Breast wrapped in Pancetta

Plump for a ripe, fruity white such as Chardonnay to contrast with the salty tang that the pancetta and cheese bring to the dish. Try pairing with Bourgogne Chardonnay. These soft, fruity whites will contrast nicely with this dish.
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Kale, Quinoa and Roasted Pumpkin Pilaf

A tasty vegan pilaf for all occasions, whip up this simple, healthy dish to satisfy any guest, carnivore or herbivore, all will devour this with a glass of rich, mineral Burgundian Chardonnay from Albert Bichot, or otherwise.
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