Chassagne-Montrachet

Region: France / Burgundy / Côte de Beaune Villages

Situated in the south of the Côte de Beaune, Chassagne-Montrachet is one of the five villages that make up the prestigious Côte des Blancs. At altitudes varying from 250 to 350 meters, the vineyards benefit from exposures ranging from east to south and southwest and the wine comes mainly from marly limestone soils. After a long fermentation in tanks, the wine is aged in barrel before bottling.

91 Points

Wine Spectator

2012 vintage
Gold Medal

TexSom

2011 vintage
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tasting note

A deeply colored, full-bodied wine of depth and intensity with a persistent, earthy finish.

food pairing

An excellent companion to fish, shellfish, poultry and cheeses.

points of distinction

  • One of the five villages that make up the prestigious Côte des Blancs
  • The most robust wine of the Côte des Blancs
  • Pairs well with rich sauces
  • about the grape +
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“My aim is to craft enchanting wines that taste of the great diversity of Burgundy.”

– Frederic Barnier, Winemaker

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