Our wine buyer Barry has got to be getting a bit a palate fatigue after all of the importer and distributor tastings he's been to in the last year. It's hard work tasting all those wines! One of Barry's great finds this year are wines from Domaine Henri Defaix a burgundy producer that owns vineyards in both Chablis and Rully. Their entry-level Les Hauts de Milly Bourgogne Blanc is a great value, that over produces for its price. The fruit for the wine come from vineyards in the Cote D'Auxerre a little bit south of Chablis. The wine was aged for 10 months in stainless steel tanks. On the nose the shows crisp citrus of grapefruit and lime. The palate shows fresh lime, lemon, and a nice streak of minerality all supported by a racy acidity. Great by itself, or pair it with chicken or seafood. So if you're looking for a baby Chablis in Bourgogne blanc's clothes, this is the wine for you.