Rich, creamy and full of complex fruit. If white Burgundy is your thing this southern French Chardonnay will tick all the right boxes.
The Pugibet family has been growing grapes in the Languedoc since the 1870s, and courtesy of a judicious marriage received, as a dowry (!), the first vineyard just outside Beziers which enabled the establishment of Domaine La Colombette. Four generations later, and the much-expanded property is still owned and run by the family. A restless family, expansion and innovation have gone hand-in-hand. Whilst only some of their vineyards are certified organic, the entire estate is organically farmed and would be certified but for local vigneron politics. A fabulous producer, Domaine La Colombette is an Appellation Nation stalwart, from the light, refreshing and marvellously drinkable Grenache Rosé, to the rich, complex Chardonnay Demi-Muid that gives much of Burgundy a run for it's money.
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