Domaine Christian Bergeret et Fille is situated in the little village of Nolay approximately 8km west of St Aubin. The ‘fille’ is Clotilde who joined her father at the domaine in 2000 and has since then taken over from him. Almost the entire production from their estate is sold locally to a loyal list of customers so we are lucky to be able to offer them in the uk.
Typically floral on the nose and showing some ripe, sweet fruit on the palate and distinctive oak influence. Pretty yet well structured, this is a wine to lay down for a while until it settles down.
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