The regions in the Regional Appellation, although larger than those of the wines in the Village, Premier Cru or Grand Cru appellations, have, like them, the same Burgundian origin. Like them, they benefit from the same northern climate. They come from the erosion of the same clay-limestone slopes of the vineyard, but rest on richer and deeper soils.
For this Bourgogne Blanc, Maison Camille Giroud have selected plots located in the Clos de la Combe in Puligny-Montrachet, in the village of Corpeau which adjoins that of Puligny-Montrachet, in the Côte de Beaune and in the Mâconnais.
'The 2018 Bourgogne Blanc, which had already been bottled, has a fragrant white peach and apricot bouquet. The simple palate displays a waxy texture, grapefruit and light quince notes and a finish that is nicely defined and nutty.' - 86 points, Neal Martin, Vinous
'A whiff of the exotic sits atop the pretty aromas of white peach, straw and petrol. There is very good vibrancy to the intense and well-detailed flavors that are clean, dry and persistent if only moderately complex. Still, this offers solid quality for its level and is a wine that should drink well early.' - 87 points, Allen Meadows, Burghound.