Reviewed on 2019-04-02
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Rating 82
Style White
Variety
Vintage 2015
Appellation
Burgundy
France
ABV 12%
Price $31.00  Buy This Wine
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Drinking Outside the Lines, Feeling Natural, Wine And Cheese Night

Domaine Didier Montchovet Bourgogne 2015 Review

There is no official definition of “natural” wines, yet this trend insists on being something more than what it is. If you were to want to experience what people are considering “natural” wine, this bottle will do. It is not the Chardonnay or Burgundy you know, it’s a galaxy far far away from that. It is a hard to extract any aroma more than the yeasty, rough, oxidized notes of something called VA (Volatile Acidity) which gives an iron-like nose to the wine, tamping down more subtle aromas that are trying to emerge such as peach and pear. Make sure you have some cheese and meats with this.

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Domaine Didier Montchovet Bourgogne 2015
There is no official definition of “natural” wines, yet this trend insists on being something more than what it is. If you were to want to experience what people are considering “natural” wine, this bottle will do. It is not the Chardonnay or Burgundy you know, it’s a galaxy far far away from that. It is a hard to extract any aroma more than the yeasty, rough, oxidized notes of something called VA (Volatile Acidity) which gives an iron-like nose to the wine, tamping down more subtle aromas that are trying to emerge such as peach and pear. Make sure you have some cheese and meats with this.

Reviewed On: 04-02-2019
82
POINTS
Domaine Didier Montchovet Bourgogne 2015
There is no official definition of “natural” wines, yet this trend insists on being something more than what it is. If you were to want to experience what people are considering “natural” wine, this bottle will do. It is not the Chardonnay or Burgundy you know, it’s a galaxy far far away from that. It is a hard to extract any aroma more than the yeasty, rough, oxidized notes of something called VA (Volatile Acidity) which gives an iron-like nose to the wine, tamping down more subtle aromas that are trying to emerge such as peach and pear. Make sure you have some cheese and meats with this.

Reviewed On: 04-02-2019