Delicate aromas combining citrus and other fresh fruit; it is both mineral and richly rounded on the palate with a long aftertaste. The fineness of the fragrance is unveiled when aging with some elegant tertiary aromas combining with the fruit.
From a 0.34 hectare parcel of Beaune 1er Cru Chardonnay vines planted in clay/limestone soils in 1986, lying at an altitude of between 250 and 270 metres above sea level. The name of this wines is especially pertinent to Boutinot - "Mouches" is the medieval French word for bees. The Domaine use biodynamic practices and grapes were hand harvested before being vinified and aged in oak barrels.
A grand wine for grand foods: grilled lobster or langoustines, foie gras, or L'Epoisses cheese.