Maranges is one of Burgundy’s lesser known appellations, which also makes it one of the best value. The 1er Cru La Fussière vineyard is one of the best in the area and this medium-bodied red shows real complexity with savoury notes of brambles and blackberries. Great with roasted meat.
French still red wine from Cote Chalonnaise in Burgundy (Bourgogne) France, made with Pinot Noir.
Domaine Bachelet Monnot is considered as one of the rising stars in Burgundy. In an area steeped in tradition, it is rare to come across something new and exciting but here is one. Marc and Alexandre Bachelet studied at the Lycee Viticole in Beaune, and then gained extensive experience working in family and other Burgundy estates before setting up their own Domaine in 2005. Although they respect local traditions, they are determined innovators and have adopted a labour intensive approach to winemaking where no herbicides are allowed and strict de-budding is carried out in order to control yields. Receiving great revues from notorious wine critics including Stephen Tanzer, this Domaine is one to watch. View our selection.
The estate spreads over 10 hectares of vine and is planted with both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. All Grand Cru and red Maranges are aged in oak barrell of which 50% is new.
Bourgogne AOC (white and red), Maranges (white and red), Santenay (red) and Saint Aubin, Puligny Montrachet, Chassagne Montrachet, Bâtard and Montrachet (all white).