Just a quick request, currently looking at finding a nice house white but I am sure this topic will be of use to many others, I have found that Chardonnay is a good food friendly grape and I have found that I enjoy a slightly fuller bodied white (thinking slightly oaked, barrel fermented or malolactic).
I do have some white Burgundy EP wines arriving at the start of next year (just the basic Domaine Andre Bonhomme Macon Villages) but was wondering if anyone had found a good slightly cheaper alternative to white Burgundy at all? I am guessing that I am looking for a good value barrel fermented, slightly malolactic Chardonnay to get the increased texture and mouthfeel?
I have a feeling that there won’t be any better value alternative white Burgundy other than a white Burgundy though but I thought I would see if anyone had any other ideas - looking for a bottle price less than £10 (which is currently where the Society white Burgundy is!).