Joseph Drouhin Macon-Bussieres Les Clos 2014

Synopsis and Our Opinion: Nice white Burgundy at a bargain price.

Winery/Producer: Joseph Drouhin; Beaune, France.

Grape Variety: Chardonnay.

Geographic Region, Appellation: Mâcon-Bussières, Burgundy, France.

Vintage: 2014

Price: $19.95

Purchased From: Woodland Hills Wine Company; Woodland Hills, California.

Paired With: Chicken Parmesan, mashed potatoes with chicken gravy, roasted brussels sprouts and garden salad.


    He said: Chilled before drinking. Clear, light golden/yellow color. Citrus, apricot, pineapple and floral aromas. Silky, just a touch of creaminess, plentiful bright acidity, dry, bountiful tart citrus and orchard fruit flavors. A long mineral finish that carries the flavors and ends with just a tiny bitter upturn. Nice white Burgundy at a bargain price.

    She said: Clear, medium yellow color. With a citrus aroma, this wine blossomed at mid-palate with a pleasant combination of fruit flavors and acidity that was great with the dinner and the salad. It was not buttery, vanilla or oak flavored, but was very smooth and dry with a touch of creaminess that lasted only a split-second. The finish was very long and carried the flavors through the end. A wonderful Chardonnay at $19.95.

Joseph Drouhin wines aging in their cellar
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Alcohol: 11-14%

UPC Code: 0 12086 31251 9

Imported by: Adventures in Wine; Daly City, California.

Photo from Domaine Joseph Drouhin.