Savigny-les-Beaune is a village that is ignored most Burgundy drinkers, but its wines can be some of the best values in Burgundy. Camus-Brochon, based in Savigny, is a producer that I have seen in the market, but never tasted. The domaine’s 2002 village bottling showed bright, primary fruits on the nose and good weight on the palate. Chandon de Briailles is my reference domaine for Savigny and the Camus-Brochon compared favorably. The wine is not as traditional and firm as those from Chandon, but it certainly is not modern. I enjoyed the rich fruit of the wine and found it to be very pleasant. Despite being seven years old, the wine still seemed young and fresh.