Scoring 17 points on the 20-point Dionysian scale, theĀ  five-year-old white Burgundy, the 2014 Chorey-Les Beaune Les Confrelins from Domaine Arnoux Pere et Fils, had 13% alcohol. It cost under $30 and was excellent.

It had apple, stone fruits, and that classic white Burgundy Chardonnay mouth feel.



You usually see the red Burgundy from Chorey-Les-Beaune, but this white proves that the area can produce very good Chardonnay. It paired well with the food with enough clean acids.



Halibut and new patotes helped highlight the wine’s flavor.


This is a white Burgundy that I’d cellar longer and I plan to do so. Seek it out. In Vino Veritas.