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While the majority of Boisson's wines come from Meursault, they produce a few other wines in neighboring villages such as Auxey-Duresses, where some of the very best values in Burgundy can be found. Its slightly unusual (and hard to pronounce) name has meant this village never really got the same exposure as some of its more prestigious neighbors. But make no mistake, Auxey-Duresses can deliver Chardonnay of real precision and character in the right hands.
The 2020 Boisson has a brilliant mineral core with a fine and flinty backbone. There is tremendous energy and drive here, you know from the first sniff that you have something serious in your glass. This is certainly one of the best values in Boisson's line-up, and fans of Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault should take notice, wines of this pedigree don't come around very often.

One of the finest small producers in the village of Meursault, the Boissons have been vignerons here for more than two centuries, and the wines today are as fine as they have ever been in the long and illustrious family history.

For years, the tiny Boisson domain has managed to stay under the radar, preferring to sell locally to a select mailing list of private customers in France. However, with the superb quality of their wines being discovered by wine critics across the globe, Boisson has finally started to move into the spotlight. Britain's celebrated wine critic Jancis Robinson recently ranked them as one of the finest producers of Meursault, naming them alongside the likes of Lafon, Roulot, and Coche-Dury.

The main growing region of Burgundy spans from Dijon in the north through the Cote de Nuits, Cote de Beaune, Challonaise all the way through to Macconais. Chablis and Beaujolais too.
The primary varieties here are Chardonnay for white and Pinot Noir for red, you can also find Aligote and Gamay for a little variety.
Burgundy is a treasure chest of tiny vineyards with unique soil compositions and exposures that grant tiny plots the best conditions. The best red and white Burgundy rewards with time in The Cellar.

Domaine Boisson Frere et Soeur 2021 Auxey-Duresses

SKU: 886078
Regular price $129.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Burgundy

VARIETAL: Chardonnay

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FORMAT: 750 ML

While the majority of Boisson's wines come from Meursault, they produce a few other wines in neighboring villages such as Auxey-Duresses, where some of the very best values in Burgundy can be found. Its slightly unusual (and hard to pronounce) name has meant this village never really got the same exposure as some of its more prestigious neighbors. But make no mistake, Auxey-Duresses can deliver Chardonnay of real precision and character in the right hands.
The 2020 Boisson has a brilliant mineral core with a fine and flinty backbone. There is tremendous energy and drive here, you know from the first sniff that you have something serious in your glass. This is certainly one of the best values in Boisson's line-up, and fans of Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault should take notice, wines of this pedigree don't come around very often.

One of the finest small producers in the village of Meursault, the Boissons have been vignerons here for more than two centuries, and the wines today are as fine as they have ever been in the long and illustrious family history.

For years, the tiny Boisson domain has managed to stay under the radar, preferring to sell locally to a select mailing list of private customers in France. However, with the superb quality of their wines being discovered by wine critics across the globe, Boisson has finally started to move into the spotlight. Britain's celebrated wine critic Jancis Robinson recently ranked them as one of the finest producers of Meursault, naming them alongside the likes of Lafon, Roulot, and Coche-Dury.

The main growing region of Burgundy spans from Dijon in the north through the Cote de Nuits, Cote de Beaune, Challonaise all the way through to Macconais. Chablis and Beaujolais too.
The primary varieties here are Chardonnay for white and Pinot Noir for red, you can also find Aligote and Gamay for a little variety.
Burgundy is a treasure chest of tiny vineyards with unique soil compositions and exposures that grant tiny plots the best conditions. The best red and white Burgundy rewards with time in The Cellar.