The only producer I’ve had not mentioned here is Saumaize-Michelin. The wines were classy, straightforwardly Burgundian, and worthy of rebuying. Didn’t try to age them but thought they might have potential.
Jean-Marie Guffens made some amazing wines under the Verget label from all over Burgundy, and his 1995 Chablis Valmur and 1992 Corton-Charlemagne stand out as especially good. Today, he’s focussed on the Mâconnais, and yes, a couple of cuvées ever year do nip at the heels of the domaine wines!
Thanks for the info. I tried the 2018 Mâcon-Pierreclos “En Crazy” and the Saint-Véran this summer (regular bottling) and I thought they were both amazing wines. I’ve been eyeing the 2017 Verget Pouilly-Fuissé “Sur la Roche” 1er jus and the 2009 Chablis Blanchot for a while.
I don‘t know if his wines are exported to the States but I like very much the Pouilly-Fuisse Les Crays from Eric Forest and other wines from him.