2014 Burgundy

Chardonnay

100% older-vine Chardonnay from two “lieux-dits” vineyards, Chaponnières and Varot. Rully turns out some of the best Chardonnay values in Burgundy, and the Sarrazin brothers make Burgundy of exceptional quality.

$29.00

(3 Reviews)

Discounted shipping on 12 bottles. Free shipping on 24 or more.

Domaine Michel Sarrazin et Fils Rully "Sans Nom" 2014

2014 Burgundy

Chardonnay

$29.00

(3 Reviews)

Discounted shipping on 12 bottles. Free shipping on 24 or more.

Wine Details

Leaps out of the glass with fresh blossom, beeswax and lemon oil, getting richer in the glass and becoming positively redolent with hazelnut, caramel and fresh butter aromas that make for an exciting and ever shifting bouquet. The palate explodes with a mélange of white peach, lemon oil, honey blossom, caramel and rock. Lush and round, with ripe fruit and buttery caramel balanced against citrus fruit and mineral freshness that gives the wine excellent “tension”, not to mention the perfect oomph to pair with a wide variety of foods, from salads to roast chicken to mushroom and chicken in cream sauce pasta.

  • Vintage
  • 2014
  • Appellation
  • Burgundy
  • Grape
  • Chardonnay
  • Alcohol by Volume
  • 13%
  • Cases Produced
  • Drink/hold
  • Now through 2020
Cam Confidential

The 2014 Sarrazin “Sans Nom” is 100% older-vine Chardonnay from two “lieux-dits” (or just below Premier Cru status) vineyards, Chaponnières and Varot. According to French law, neither of these vineyards may accompany each other on the same label. Obviously this limits the marketability and upward pricing mobility in a region that is all about specificity; hence, the name “Sans Nom” or “no name” as the Sarrazins had come to call the cuvée. Aged for 12 months in 50% new French oak. This may appear pricey at $29/bottle, but when you compare it with its corresponding class in either Burgundy or California, you’re looking at well over $50/bottle.

Reviews

3 Reviews Total

Il proffessore

Verified Purchase

Balanced acidity and minerality. Good fruit, papaya and honeysuckle flavors. Very good example of old world Chardonnay that has been softened by wood aging but is not overly oaked

Greg

Cam's video does a pretty good job describing this wine so i'll leave my notes out. The wine is good, very drinkable and food friendly.

Steven Levy

Verified Purchase

I am a Burgundian snob - I know it, my friend know it, and I am very particular about which wines I will try. I like Cam - he makes great wines so I figured why not, I will try. This is the best Burgundy Chardonnay I have ever had - period. The wine is a symphony and Opus all in one. It is hard to believe the price. Not sure how Cam does it. I am hooked now - Cam I buy every single Friend of Cam release - thank you for launching the program. Your taste is impeccable.