Bonhomme produces Maconnais masterpieces that, as virtually every Michelin three star sommelier (as well as an awful lot of you now!) knows, can compete in both quality and style with Meursaults and Puligny-Montrachets several times their prices.
These 2020s – in a vintage a lot of Burgundy experts (especially in the UK) are calling the freshest and finest of the past three marvelous years – may be the most exquisite Bonhomme Burgundies we’ve ever offered.
As English Burgundy expert Guy Seddon says:
The spotlight is shining brightly on the region, which in 2020 might just have given the performance of a lifetime.
The wines are “poised, fresh, tactile, effortless…[2020 is] a dancer, soaring with such lightness that you don’t notice the substance, whose supreme technical proficiency is hidden by a beguiling flair. And I know ‘fresh’ is a boring word but it’s key to the brilliance of 2020.”