Located in central Burgundy, in the southern part of the Côte de Beaune, the Chassagne-Montrachet appellation, along with Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet, make up the prestigious Côte des blancs.
SoilThe slopes face east/southeast and the soil is composed of clay and marl overlying hard Jurassic limestone, which lends the wine lovely minerality.
Grape variety100 % Chardonnay.
VinificationTraditional vinification in temperature-controlled tanks at 20°C. Aged on the lees and stirred in oak barrels (25 to 30% new oak) for 12 to 14 months.
RobeBeautiful delicate golden in colour.
NoseReveals citrus nuances such as orange zest and lime, notes of bergamot with a hint of minerality.
PalateStraightforward and clean, expressive and precise, the palate features well-integrated citrus flavours, harmonious structure and considerable elegance.
Serve withAccompanies all types of fish such as bass baked in a salt crust with braised fennel or pikeperch in white butter sauce or with Bresse chicken. Try this Chassagne-Montrachet with small aged goat’s cheeses such as Pélardon at the end of the meal.
Serve atServe between 12 and 14°C in order to best appreciate this wine’s freshness and roundness.