Turn on the Charm

The bountiful 2017 white Burgundy vintage offers immediate appeal

Turn on the Charm
Vintners Michel Coutoux (left) and Mathieu Bresson represent the third and fourth generations at Domaine Michel Niellon in Chassagne-Montrachet. (Jib Peter)
From the Sep 30, 2020, issue

Burgundy's 2017 Chardonnays are ripe and fleshy, with good underlying acidity, a combination that makes them appealing to drink now but also supports aging.

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