Fun fact: Chardonnay's not the only white grape variety that's made in Burgundy though it get's all of the spotlight.
Gouffier owns five and a half hectares of vineyard in the villages of Fontaines and Mercurey in Côte Chalonnaise. Historically it was run by the Gouffier family for generations until Jerome Gouffier handed over the reins to his close friend Frédéric Gueugneau, formerly at La Chablisienne.
Since 2011, Frédéric and oenologist Benoît Pagot have brought about a new style of winemaking. They follow an organic philosophy to create wines that are modern and approachable, but with all the style and panache of good Burgundy.
This is a delightfully crisp white wine with a floral bouquet complemented by citrus notes. This wine shows a good weight from a touch of oak and with purity of fruit and fresh, saline finish.