Bâtard-Montrachet, Domaine Morey-Coffinet 2005

Country: France

Colour / Style: White

Featured in: Episode 6

As selected by: Clare Smyth

If you’re lucky enough to ask for this remember to drawl your consonants in the Burgundian manner; ‘batarr mohn-rash-eh’. Then enjoy the mix of delicate aromas that change with every sip and a palate that mixes bright citrus with rich vanilla custard. Match with a simple white meat dish to let the wine do the talking.

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