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Verget Saint-Veran "Lieu (Inter)dit" 2022


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The 2022 Verget Saint-Veran, Lieu (Inter)dit, epitomizes the meticulous approach of Jean-Marie Guffens at Verget. Nestled in the heart of Burgundy's Maconnais region, this Chardonnay reflects a deep understanding of terroir and a commitment to showcasing the subtleties of each appellation.

  • Vineyard Sources: Primarily from the esteemed "Côte-Rôtie" and "Terres Noires" plots in Davayé, known for their expressive terroir that imparts unique characteristics to the Chardonnay grapes.

  • Viticulture: Verget's philosophy centers on the belief that "the best wine is made using the best grapes," ensuring that all grape purchases and vineyard management practices aim for the highest quality, often involving hands-on picking by Verget to maintain standards.

  • Vinification: Emphasizing the importance of the pressing process, each plot's grapes are pressed and vinified separately to preserve the individuality of each terroir. This careful attention during pressing and vinification allows for a nuanced expression of the Saint-Veran appellation.

  • Aging: The wine undergoes a 7-month aging period in 30% new barrels, complemented by regular batonnage (lees stirring) to enhance texture and complexity, ensuring a harmonious integration of flavors and aromas.

  • Tasting Notes: This Saint-Veran showcases the hallmark characteristics of Verget's winemaking - a marriage of intensity and elegance, with a focus on terroir-driven minerality and refined use of oak, resulting in a Chardonnay that balances richness with freshness.

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Burgundy in eastern France is home to multiple subregions, but the Cote d'Or is home to many of the world's most expensive wines. Whites made from Chardonnay are rich yet minerally, and Pinot Noir makes silky reds. Centuries of winemaking have resukted in every plot being recognized and scrutinized; this is the capital of terroir.


Chardonnay, one of the world's most versatile and beloved white grape varieties, showcases a remarkable spectrum of styles, from the lean, mineral-driven expressions of Chablis in France to the rich, buttery, and oak-aged versions from California's Napa Valley. Its adaptability extends to cooler climates such as Burgundy, where it achieves elegance and complexity, and to regions like Australia's Yarra Valley, known for producing vibrant and fruit-forward renditions. This grape's ability to reflect its terroir, coupled with winemaking techniques, results in a wide array of profiles, including unoaked, crisp varieties with apple and citrus notes, to full-bodied wines with tropical fruit flavors and creamy textures.