Chassagne-Montrachet bottle

Extensive marble quarries, which form a kind of cliff face, were the source of the pink and beige flagstones which went into the building of the Trocadéro in Paris and more recently the Louvre Pyramid. The Chassagne-Montrachet controlled appellation dates from 1937. It includes some plots in the neighbouring village of Remigny which shares the same soil conditions.

  • Winemaking

    Alcoholic, malolactic fermentation and ageing for 14 months in barrels that include 25% new oak.

  • Nose

    Very aromatic bouquet, very fruity (green apple) and floral; delicately woody.

  • Palate

    Harmonious, full, toasted, supple and very long.

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