- Type: White
- Country: France
- Region: Burgundy
- Vintage: 2016
- Producer: Bouchard Aîné & Fils
- Primary grape: Chardonnay
- Bottle size: 75cl
- List price: £12.44
- Code: 29331
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Dry, refreshing, delicate, light whites
- Very mild-flavoured cheeses e.g. Caerphilly, Cheddar (mild). Cream cheese e.g. ricotta. Feta, halloumi, mozzarella
- Clam chowder, cerviche, haddock, halibut, hake, mussels, oysters, prawns and shrimps, sardines, scallops, sushi, trout
- Basil, chives, dill, fennel, mustard, parsley, saffron, sage, thyme, wasabi
- Light chicken dishes, black pudding, goose, guinea fowl, ham, pork, veal
- Aioli, beurre blanc with lemon, light olive oil and fish-based sauces e.g. marinara. Contrasts well with rich sauces
- The lightest spiced seafood dishes
- Caesar, feta, green, light seafood, niçoise, rocket, tomato and mozzarella, Waldorf salads. Courgette, cucumber, risotto
About the Wine
This cracking white Wine from Bouchard Aîné & Fils is made in the Côtes Mâconnaise area of Burgundy. Available in 75cl bottles, supplied by FGV Boisset. Mâcon-Villages, Bouchard Aîné & Fils is an inviting wine, made from Chardonnay grapes. This wine has a cork closure and is one of a growing number in our list that can be enjoyed by vegan drinkers. Mouth-watering and minerally Chablis is perfect with simply prepared seafood, chicken and salads.
Chardonnay can produce quality wines in a wide range of climates, with a real varied style. In cool climates like Champagne or Chablis it produces a lean steely wine with pronounced acidity. In warmer climates it develops buttery, honey notes whereas hotter climates, it's richer in body with the flavour of tropical fruits.
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