2015 Maison Henri Boillot Bourgogne Blanc

SKU #1301923 Allen Meadows - Burghound

 *Outstanding Top Value* (50% from Meursault vines and the rest from declassified St. Romain and Auxey-Duresses in equal proportions) A fresh and ripe nose of pear and orange peel exhibits touches of the exotic. There is excellent underlying tension to the punchy flavors that possess unusually good volume while delivering equally fine length. This is impressive for its level and highly recommended.  (6/2017)

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Staff Image By: Scott Beckerley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/3/2018 | Send Email
This Bourgogne Blanc smells just like Meursault! Golden apples on the nose with generous oak, but, not too much oak. Rich, layered fruit on the palate with a lingering, crisp and mineral laden finish. One of the best whites that we tasted on the 27th of February.

Staff Image By: Dulcinea Gonzalez | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/14/2017 | Send Email
Maison Henri Bouillot Bourgogne Blanc offers an amazingly fresh and surprisingly complex expression. Drinking well-above the price point, this wine has a super fragrant, pretty nose, and shows off plenty of layered fruit notes of lemon, pear and apple. With mouth-quenching acidity, this is my go-to white this summer. Super recommended!

Staff Image By: Alex Pross | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/8/2017 | Send Email
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Wow! This is a fantastic Bourgogne Blanc. I have always loved the wines by Henri Boillot but I was not expecting the 2015 Bourgogne Blanc to be as good as it is. At only $24.99 this may be the best value we currently have in the Burgundy section. Loaded with stone and citrus fruits, zesty minerality and good acidity this mouth-watering white is delicious. Boillot specializes in Puligny Montrachet and Meursault and you can see the pedigree in this Bourgogne Blanc that drinks more like a wine from Meursault than an entry-level white.
Top Value! Drink from 2017 to 2022

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