This domaine has its origins in the early 18th century, but was most recently run (until his death in 2017) by the charming Luc Camus. Luc's own father died when Luc was only 12 in 1961 and Luc took the reins of the domaine in 1972. This is a winery that, in a more celebrated commune, would rightly be very famous. It is just that their home commune of Savigny is so overlooked: shame, as it is to where the cognoscenti go for a proper bargain. Camus-Bruchon is now run by Guillaume, Luc's son, who works c. 8 hectares of vines in Savigny, Beaune, Chorey and Pommard. The Savignys, from exceptionally old vines, are some of the finest wines of the appellation.
Case of 12 Bottles
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duty paid price: £327.34
I always think Guillaume’s white Savigny resembles a mini-Corton-Charlemagne. It certainly bats far higher in the order than one would suppose from its modest price. We are drinking our case of the 2014 vintage here in Wiltshire and it comes across as really senior white burgundy.
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