Saint-Aubin

Comfortably positioned in the Côte de Beaune lies Saint Aubin, a village known for both red and white wine from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, respectively. What the village lacks in name recognition, it makes up for in its work ethic.

Sant Aubin is one of Burgundy’s most prolific vineyards, and one of its highest quality grand crus. In fact, early 75% of its plots hold the esteemed status of grand cru. Previously a Pinot Noir-dominant vineyard, Saint Aubin has recently responded to the growing demand for Chardonnay wines. Joining its neighbors, Puligny-Montrachet and Chassagne-Montrachet, Saint Aubin has reversed its direction by now dedicated its efforts towards Chardonnay in an almost 3 to 1 ratio against Pinot Noir. The Saint Aubin appellation, introduced in 1937, was followed 40 years later by its grand cru classification. Top Producers: Domaine François Carillon, Domaine Hubert Lam



COUNTRY
REGION
SUBREGION
WINERY
WINE
GLOBAL WINE SCORE
Under 85
85 to 100
Max


BOTTLE PRICE
Under $50
$50 to $5,000
Max


VINTAGE
1900
1900 to 2019
Max
Include Non Vintage
BOTTLE SIZE