Domaine Robert Chevillon, along with Domaine Henri Gouges, is regarded as one of the top two producers in Nuits-Saint-Georges. The wines made by the estate are rich and powerful, the essence of the appellation. As expected, most of the estate’s production is vin rouge, but there is a small amount of Bourgogne Aligote made. I recently spotted a bottle of the 2007 Aligote and opened it with great curiosity. The wine has a delicate bouquet of white flowers and citrus. Medium-bodied and racy, it resembles a Chablis or Sancerre in texture and flavor. However, I was disappointed in the wine. It was a little thin and slightly bland, but to be fair, Nuits-Saint-Georges is not known for its Aligote.