Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru “Boudriotte”
This vineyard is located south of the village of Chassagne-Montrachet as well as the Ruchottes and east of Morgeot. Its soil is composed of red and white longitudinal layers mixed with a small proportion of clay. As a result, the wines have typically a more feminine style, while showing refinement and juiciness.
It exhibits white/yellow orchard fruit flavors (peach) and floral aromas, with tones of butterscotch on the finish. A crisp white, it is powerful and elegant, with steady tones of pastry and spice. Vines were planted in 1957.
Rich citrus, butter and white fruits.
It exhibits white/yellow orchard fruit flavors (peach) with tones of butterscotch on the finish. A crisp white, it is powerful and elegant, with steady tones of pastry and spice.
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Grape Variety Used:
Chassagne Montrachet Premier C
Length/Type of Fermentation:
Vinification starts in tanks before the wine is transferred to French oak barrels. Stirring of the lees is done three to four times. Racking takes place after malolactic fermentation.
Length/Type of Aging:
Aged 12-15 months in French oak barrels, 30-35% new.
Monday, June 23, 2014
Sunday, February 1, 2015
The number of cases produced is confidential - an estimate is provided above.
- -12750 ML