The Passe-tout-grains designation for Burgundy Gamay/Pinot blends is now called Coteaux Bourguignons. At least now people know itâ€™s from Burgundy. This bottle delivers a lovely delicious experience of Gamayâ€™s brightness, along with some Pinot charm. Lightness, delicacy and refreshment are the main show. The kind of wine the French president would pour for lunch. Lightly chilled, of course. On a more local note, you might consider a bottle or two with a white linen, Sunday herb-roasted chicken. Premium-priced, as is the nature of this region.
FAMILLE ROUX 15 Coteaux Bourguignons, France 487454 Vintages $18.85