Burgundy Whites

Burgundy wines are renowned for their freshness. White Burgundy is said to be the ultimate French wine, notably thanks to its many flavours: peach, citrus or green apples aromas enhanced with acacia notes or mineral aromas. From fruit flavours to spice ones, Vintage Cellars has it all covered!

Our range of White Burgundy includes classic Chablis, Chablis Premier cru and Grand Cru from Domaine Fourrey which has fruit aromas enhanced by mineral notes, and excellent white wine Pouilly Fuissé from the leading vineyards of Domaine Simonin. Discover right now our selection of Burgundy white wines, and shop for the very best value wine from our store.

Bourgogne Blanc Cote D'Or 2021, Domaine Bzikot
£ 30.95
Full of ripe stone fruit aromas, the palate shows subtle oak tones underneath the ripe orchard fruits and appealing citrus acidity.
Chablis 2022, Domaine Fourrey
£ 22.50
Classic Chablis, flinty and crisp, lemons and green apples and a long mineraly finish.

Chablis Grand Cru Vaudesir 2021, Domaine Fourrey
£ 48.00
Domaine Fourrey's 2021 Chablis Grand Cru Vaudésir is a complex, concentrated Grand Cru Chablis style, oozing class and with great ageing potential.
Vaudésir is one of the seven official climats of the Chablis Grand Cru appellation, on steep slopes overlooking the town of Chablis below. Vaudésir Chablis' tend to be softer and more elegant than other Grand Crus, with floral characters rounding out Chablis' iconic minerality, and the wines are renowned for their wonderful balance.
Chablis Premier Cru Les Fourneaux 2021, Domaine Fourrey
£ 26.75
From a 1 hectare plot located on the right bank of the river Serein this premiere Cru has a southerly aspect , dry limestone rich soils . This terroir makes it one of the best Premier Cru in Chablis. The wine is full bodied, intense with great acidity.
Chassagne-Montrachet Grandes Ruchottes 2018, Louis Jadot
£ 90.00
One of Chassagne’s finest vineyards, from south of the village (it’s part of the stunning trio alongside La Grande Montagne and La Romanée). There’s incredible density here, with the mouthfeel of a grand cru. Spicy and floral, with such a mineral character. Elegance and length.
Macon-Vergisson 2021, Domaine Simonin
£ 15.95
Full , fresh and elegant, with a good balance, from the town of Vergisson. Fermented partly in oak partly stainless steel. Great Southern burgundy
Marsannay Blanc 2017, Domaine Bruno Clair
£ 32.20
Great wine from the northern Cotes de Nuits- rich white burgundy with lovely fresh finish
Meursault Cuvee Saint Jean 2021, Domaine Vincent Latour
£ 75.00
A beautifully textured and layered Meursault revealing abundant aromas of lemon, peach, and apricot with an underlying hint of sweet honey and cream. The palate has crisp acidity leading to citrus and white stone fruits with a little subtle toasted oak. Lovely now, but will undoubtedly age gracefully.
Montagny Blanc Tete de Cuvee 2021, Domaine Berthenet
£ 26.50
Domaine Berthenet Tete de Cuvee Montagny is a dry Montagny with exotic flavours of pineapple, lemon, and rich stone fruit. Crisp with lovely minerality.
Pernand Vergelesses "Les Combottes" 2015, Louis Jadot
£ 42.50
A south-west facing vineyard in the middle of the hill, Les Combottes nestles in the heart of a small valley.
This wine shows excellent depth and character. Some of the 1er Cru elements of the vineyard are included in the blend making it a great buy. Full-bodied and firm, with finesse. A well-balanced, straightforward wine with pleasant aromas of white fruit and oak.

Pouilly-Fuissé Les Charmes 2021,  Domaine Simonin
£ 22.50
Full bodied, fleshy, juicy and intense with a creamy supple freshness .
Pouilly-Fuissé Premier Cru Sur La Roche 2021, Domaine Simonin
£ 32.50
The first vintage to be classified Premier Cru. This south-east facing terroir on Vergisson consists of shallow, limestone rich soil and has finally been recognised with elevated status.
Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Charmes 2019, Domaine Alain Chavy
£ 78.00
A lovely ripe, modern Puligny with finely tuned oak and tight, fresh fruit balance. The Les Charmes plot certainly merits single bottling, with its fine-boned nervous freshness and delicate richness underneath. Plenty of fragrant, fresh yellow fruit and a light blossom note.

Puligny-Montrachet 2018 1er Cru La Garenne Louis Jadot, Duchesse de Magenta
£ 120.00
Jadot manages this family-owned vineyard that is situated at the heart of the range of premier crus of Puligny. The wine treads a fine line between elegance and richness, restraint and power. Spice from the wood aging lifts the green and citrus fruits, giving a deliciously balanced wine.
Puligny-Montrachet 2021, Domaine Sylvain Bzikot
£ 75.00
The grapes for this, his village level wine, are hand harvested and half of it is matured in 1yr old oak barrels to add some richness and density, with the other half matured in stainless steel to preserve the freshness and delicacy of flavour of the fruits. It's full of quite upfront nectarine, peach, honeysuckle and fresh citrus fruit flavours with buttery and hazelnut notes coming through mid-palate.
Saint Romain 2021, Domaine Ambroise
£ 39.50
A great white burgundy from the Cotes de Beaune. Lovely honeyed nose of blossom followed by a full flavoured wine with hints of grapefruit and great length. Great with fish dishes cheeses or on its own with a little smoked salmon!
Based in Nuits Saint Georges, the Ambroise family estate dates back to the 18th century.and farming organically since 2013.
Saint Veran 2021, Domaine Simonin
£ 17.90
Very elegant. Delicious fresh aromas and a light golden yellow colour. Fragrant peach, pear, honeysuckle and butterscotch aromas with a ripe taste with citrus and hazelnut.
St Aubin Murgers des Dents de Chien Premier Cru 2020, Domaine Gerard Thomas
£ 49.85
Murgers des Dents de Chien is a Premier Cru vineyard high on the Cote d'Or escarpment in the Saint-Aubin commune. It is positioned directly above the Montrachet and Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru Vineyards , so is a great site for growing chardonnay .