Henri Gouges Bourgogne Pinot Blanc
Bourgogne Pinot Blanc
In 1936, Henri Gouges discovered a small proportion of his Pinot Noir crop had started to develop white fruit. After years of cultivation, these Pinot Blanc plantings were populous enough for the wine to be sold commercially.
More pure and crisp than the Chardonnays of Burgundy, this Pinot Blanc is balanced and fresh with zesty citrus and notes of melon and straw on the nose.