Ever since they took over Domaine La Soufrandière in 2000, ever since they created their small scale “haute couture” merchant business called BRET BROTHERS in 2001 (high quality white wines from the Mâconnais region of Burgundy),  this is what has been their credo and a source of vibration and passion : the diversity and richness of the terroirs of Burgundy (locally called ” Climats”) and primarily those in the Mâconnais, around one grape variety, Chardonnay.

Vergisson is one of the more distinctive terroirs of the Mâconnais, and is expected to be amongst the most decorated when the region’s first 1er crus are created in the near future. Dominated by the famous limestone escarpment that shares its name, the area has a cooler microclimate than much of the Mâconnais, and the soils here tend to be very chalky and therefore produce seriously mineral, energetic wines. Furthermore, the vineyards are usually picked by hand rather than machine – thanks to their gradient – and a good percentage are ploughed rather than treated with herbicide.

Tasting Notes

Cream and citrus on the nose. Tasting there is cream, grapefruit, lemon and then a round acidic long finish that refreshes.