Notes from Living Wines:
Fanny Sabre shows a fine touch with her Aligoté. Aligoté is the white wine that the locals drink in Burgundy. It is gradually emerging as an interesting wine in its own right rather than playing second fiddle to Chardonnay as more talented winemakers such as Fanny show what can be achieved with this grape.
It is not only the winemaking in this case but also the terroir because Fanny’s late father used up some of his precious land in Pommard to plant the Aligoté vines.
This is a beautiful wine with great complexity, depth and beautiful structure. At a recent tasting everyone was blown away by it and kept returning to it to work out what was making it so appealing. The minerality and the complexity creeps up on you slowly. It has a lovely streak of acidity, lots of white fruit nuances, generous mouthfeel, lots going on at the end of the palate and amazing texture as well.