Over the ten years that we have been associated with Guy Sarrazin, we have witnessed a marked honing of his craft. His Chardonnays were angular and never quite seemed to marry with the oak elements of his barrel-ageing regime, but like his Pinot Noirs in a decent vintage, his vine husbandry and winemaking have paid dividends, and produced a really attractive, southern Burgundian Chardonnay. This is no match for Meursault or Puligny, but it runs rings around them in terms of value for money. With seriously restricted yields, Guy has produced a wine of purity and concentration.
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