Mâcon La Roche-Vineuse, 2019, Julien Collovray, Burgundy
White Burgundy continues to enjoy a famous reputation, and with bottles like the Julien Collovray Mâcon La Roche-Vineuse, its no wonder why. Have you ever wondered what wine might taste like on toast? Wonder no more. Here is a wine so smooth, fresh and buttery, that you'll be reaching for the sourdough.
The Four Point Lowdown
- Citrus, peach, and butter - a scrummy pie basically
- Creamy and moreish
- Pair with anything poultry
- Perfect for a plus-one to a dinner party
About this wine
Mâcon is an utter classic, but this one tastes fresh and different. This is delicious dinner party wine. If you’re hosting, a bottle of this will make your food, and diners, sing. If you’re a guest, bringing a bottle along will secure an invite to the next soirée!
This wine is a delight from nose to tail. Bright lemons and limes greet you as you lift it to your mouth, before an invisible creaminess hints at a butteriness on the tongue. It makes everything taste better, including itself.
What Makes It So Grape?
Produced in Burgundy, France
Julien Collovray is pushing boundaries, even in the tight spaces of the vineyards of Burgundy. The wines he makes are both exceptional, and ready for a changing world.
The vineyards of Julien Collovray sounds as beautiful as the product they create, bounded by streams, and described as an 'amphitheatre', there is as much performance in the terroir as the bottle itself.