Rully is primarily Chardonnay territory, and these whites are sleeker than most of their Côte d'Or cousins, with apple, lemon and floral aromas and flavors and bright, crisp profiles. Some are made entirely in stainless steel, and thus express the essence of pure, unadorned Chardonnay. Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson explains.
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