Domaine Bernard-Bonin was founded in 1998 when Nicolas Bernard married Veronique Bonin, who came from the important winegrowing Michelot family. Together they own and farm 17.5 hectares of vines in Meursault, Meursault Premier Cru and Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru, as naturally as possible according to the lunar calendar, using only small amounts of sulphur and no copper. The wines are aged in oak between 15-18 months before final blending. This is the fifth consecutive vintage we've carried of their Bourgogne Blanc and it still still feels like a standout for the category with a depth and elegance not often found in a straight Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay bottling. It's the perfect wine when the mood for a white Burgundy strikes but you don't want to break the bank. You might even do a double take when you look at the price tag after finishing your first glass.