By: Alex Schroeder
K&L Staff Member
The Trapet Rochelandet family has seven acres in Gevrey-Chambertin and uses fruit from the lieu-dit “Pruniers” for their Bourgogne Blanc. They farm biodynamically and use native yeast, to create a beautiful classic Burgundian Chardonnay. On the nose, green apples and lemon, with a hint of butterscotch, baking spice and leesy toast. The acidity, which is the signature of the 2014 vintage, highlights and electrifies the rich fruit and leaves the flavors lingering for over a minute. Pick this up for a wine with real pedigree at bargain pricing!