|Appellation||Montrachet/ Subregion: Cote de Beaune|
|Bottle Size (Cl)||75|
|Type of Soil||limestone, Reddish Marl|
|Vinification||Hand picking in small cases
Depending on the profile of the vintage, maturing is
carried out for 10 to 12 months in French oak barrels, with a proportion of new
barrels that may be up to 15%.
Montrachet Grand Cru
Bright, pale yellow. Brooding aromas of apple, cinnamon and white flowers. Fat, broad and sweet; rich in dry extract but very young and unevolved today. The back end displays enticing saline minerality but also a distinctly phenolic, even tannic impression. No shortage of acidity here.
Lobster, Crab, Vietnamese Shellfish, Vietnamese Snails