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  • Grape variety


  • Age of the vines

    20 years

  • Area

    0.11 ha

  • Appellation

    Puligny-Montrachet, along with Chassagne Montrachet, is the most perfect expression of the Chardonnay grape. The appellation was created in 1937 on soils separated by only a few meters from the Grands Crus. The white wines have well-defined personalities and an established reputation.

  • Vineyard

    The vine occupies brown limestone soils, and soils where limestone alternates with marls and limey-clays. Soils are deep. Exposures South-East. Altitude: 230 meters.

  • Date of harvest

    12th of September 2014

  • Ageing

    11 months, no use of new French Oak

  • Date of bottling

    March 2016

  • Guard time

    Ready to drink in 2018 until 2025 and more

  • Temperature


  • Characteristic

    After the dormant winter period, the vines returned to life in clement, warm and dry conditions. At the end of June, the weather changed, becoming cool and damp, but ripening continued nonetheless. The return of the sun and a northerly wind - the signature of September in the Bourgogne wine region - led to ideal conditions for the vines to reach full maturity. Picking began in mid-September in a serene and sunny atmosphere.

  • Wine-food pairing

    Poultry in sauce or veal fried with mushrooms, foie gras, lobster, crawfish, grilled or fried sea-fish, goat cheeses, reblochon, brie de meaux

  • Tasting note

    Deep aromatic intensity in the bouquet: hawthorn, almond, hazelnuts, green apple. The palate is quite similar to the nose. Quite rich in the palate with a very well balanced harmony between tension and aromatic intensity.

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