5 of the Best Burgundy Wines

We’ve picked our top 5 vintages from a world renowned wine region


Having sampled a good deal of what Burgundy has to offer, we’ve decided to give you a rundown of our favourites from the world’s favourite wine region; be it buttery Chardonnay, or fruity Fleurie, all tastes are catered for!

Bouchard Père et Fils Pouilly Fuissé

Vintage: 2014

Grape: Chardonnay

Nose: Mineral and floral notes mix with slight overtones of grapefruit

Palate: Fruit forward, sweet peach and grapefruit


David Duband Nuits-Saint-Georges

Vintage: 2013

Grape: Pinot Noir

Nose: Strawberries, blackberries and lashings of white pepper

Palate: Succulent and fruity with a soft, dry finish


Louis Latour, Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru

Vintage: 2015

Grape: Chardonnay

Nose: Slightly buttery from the 10 months in French Oak, intense pineapple notes

Palate: Bold and brimming with tropical fruits, mellow in its acidity


Villa Ponciago Fleurie La Réserve

Grape: Gammay

Nose: Light but fruity, distinctive blueberry notes

Palate: Fresh, aromatic and layered with fruits of the forest


Bouchard Père et Fils Meursault Les Clous

Vintage: 2014

Grape: Chardonnay

Nose: Fresh Stone Fruits

Palate: Lively apricots and almonds precede a mineral heavy finish


A variety of the aforementioned wines are available on our vessels that cruise in the Burgundy region.

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