One of the several “Rodney Dangerfield”, I don’t get no respect villages of the Côte, Saint Romain is both a bit cooler of a locale under the influence of its combe (natural small valley), as well as possesses lime rich clay and active limestone. These help contribute to the village being quite an undervalued source of excellent white Burgundy, with all of the essential architecture, but without the prestige surcharge. Again, this promises to be an excellent value proposition in the range.
“The fruit of a must exchange, the 2019 Saint-Romain Blanc delivers aromas of pear, buttery pastry, white flowers and ripe lemon. Medium-bodied, bright and racy, with tangy acids and a pretty core of fruit, it’s a lovely wine.” 90 William Kelley for the 2019, NOT THE 2020 OFFERED HERE