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    *3W* 2020 Etienne Sauzet "Jardin du Calvaire" Haut Cote de Beaune (Burgundy, FR)


    Slightly more fruit and body thanks to warmer climates and riper grapes

    *3W* 2020 Etienne Sauzet "Jardin du Calvaire" Haut Cote de Beaune (Burgundy, FR)

    In classic Etienne Sauzet winemaking style, the "Jardin du Calvaire" starts with a precise, fresh nose with notes of citrus, white flowers and delicate mineral undertones. On the palate, there are notes of white pepper, vanilla and savory herbs. Complimented by lively acidity and a long saline finish, we say get your hands on this bottle asap!

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    About The Varietal


    Chardonnay, possibly the most famous among white grape varieties, is frequently regarded as reaching its peak expression in its Burgundian birthplace. However, this grape has journeyed across the globe, and Chardonnay wines, ranging from outstanding to less inspiring, can now be discovered in various wine-producing regions worldwide.

    About The Producer

    Etienne Sauzet

    Etienne Sauzet is associated with Domaine Etienne Sauzet, a renowned winery located in the Burgundy region of France. The estate is particularly celebrated for its exceptional white wines, primarily made from Chardonnay grapes. Etienne Sauzet was founded by Etienne Sauzet herself, and the domaine has been managed by several generations of the Sauzet family. The estate's vineyards are situated in some of the most prestigious appellations of Burgundy, including Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault, where the terroir plays a crucial role in producing high-quality Chardonnay wines.