This white wine from Domaine Frédéric and Céline Gueguen is made from a rare variety not commonly planted in Burgundy: Sacy. The grapes were harvested from a vineyard that Céline inherited from her mother in the small village of Saint Bris le Vineux. Planted in Yonne and Allier départments of France, Sacy produces wines that re light in acid and alcohol. DNA typing has proven Sacy to be a cross between Pinot and Gouais blanc. Today only 50 hectares of Sacy vines are grown in France. Not approved for the production of AOC Chablis, this wine is labelled as Côteaux Bourguignons. The wine is aged on fine lees, in stainless steel vats for about 10 months.