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Bouchard Aine & Fils 'Heritage du Conseiller' Chardonnay 2023

Bouchard Aine & Fils 'Heritage du Conseiller' Chardonnay 2023

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The 2023 Bouchard Aine & Fils Heritage du Conseiller Chardonnay boasts a beautiful light-yellow color that appears bright and clear. It features warm notes of citrus fruits and a complexity of amber tones such as honey and toasted bread. The wine is rich and fresh with a generous amount of fruit, and culminates in a long-lasting finish.

Wine Specifications

Variety: Chardonnay

Size: 750mL


ABV: 13%

Vintage: 2023

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Winery & Vintage Info

When Michel Bouchard settled in Burgundy in 1731 to set up a flourishing enterprise in the fabric trade followed by branching out to become a wine broker, he laid down the family’s Burgundian roots. In 1750, his eldest son, Joseph, followed his father in the family business, anchoring the presence of the Bouchards on the Côte d’Or.

Working closely with local winegrowers, this close collaboration resulted in a crafting of wine merchant-winemaker-cellarer, with the unyielding quest for perfection in quality, authenticity of style and prestige. Formed from over two centuries of savoir-faire, these attributes are imbued in the culture of our House - Bouchard Aîné & Fils. The outcome - a perfect mastery of grape selection, winemaking and ageing.

The history of the first wine merchant families is rich and complex. However, few remain that continue this rich tradition. Our House, Bouchard Aîné & Fils is one of the exceptions amongst the few and is passionately proud of its two-century old history and tradition.

The grapes for Bouchard Aine & Fils 'Heritage du Conseiller' Chardonnay 2023 vintage were harvested in the Pays d’Oc where it has also enjoyed a huge success, thanks to the perfect adaptation of certain well-chosen vineyards to the cultivation of the variety. The soils are mostly clay limestone, the climate Mediterranean, with some oceanic influences. Winery Notes

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