Bourgogne Blanc 'Les Femelottes' 2020
Domaine Chavy-Chouet

Bourgogne Blanc 'Les Femelottes' 2020
  • £61

150cl magnum

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Chavy-Chouet's 'Les Femelottes' Bourgogne Blanc is essentially Puligny-Montrachet in disguise. Nestled within the village limits of Puligny, this vineyard is just a stone's throw from some of the most sought-after terroirs for white wine. It's a hidden gem, missing out on the village classification due to those old-school appellation rules, but don't let that fool you. An amazing bargain (better than many Puligny-Montrachets costing double) Les Femelottes is a rounded, expressive wine of exceptional flavour and class.

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Bourgogne Blanc 'Les Femelottes' 2020
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Domaine Chavy-Chouet stands out in Burgundy’s Côte de Beaune, not just for its rich heritage but for the fresh energy Romaric Chavy has infused since taking the helm in 2008. Jasper Morris MW once celebrated it as a 'domaine to watch', and Romaric is living up to that prediction, and…

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  • Ripe apple and citrus flavours; medium-bodied with a smooth texture; lovely, clean, fresh finish.
  • Les Femelottes is the product of a single vineyard, made by the brilliant Puligny-based Chavy-Chouet.
  • Romaric treats 'Les Femelottes' with the same care as his pricier Puligny and Meursault wines, making it a steal in our range. One taste and you'll be wondering why it's not priced higher.
  • The vines lie inside Puligny-Montrachet and make a nearly identical wine, without the hefty price tag.
  • Bottled ready to drink.
  • Try it with roast chicken, pork, or a cauliflower steak.


"...from 15 to 60 years old vines adjacent to the Puligny-Montrachet village crus. It has a lovely, almond and white chocolate scented bouquet that is very well defined."
Neal Martin,

"This is a wine for classicists and it is what every turkey in the world dreams of being matched with.''
Matthew Jukes, The Daily Mail

"Very cool and refreshing on the nose... Very nicely balanced with real Côte d'Or build. Raciness and a dry finish. Delicate and appetising... Good value.''
Jancis Robinson MW, Financial Times