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Domaine Guy Amiot et Fils Chassagne-Montrache...
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Domaine Jean Chartron Chassagne Montrachet
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Chateau de Chassagne Montrachet
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Chassagne Montrachet Miola 750ml
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Domaine Roux - Chassagne Montrachet 8
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Per item: £47.32 £32.32 (with voucher)
Louis Jadot Chassagne-Montrachet
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About Chassagne-Montrachet Wines

Chassagne-Montrachet lies somewhere between Puligny and Meursault in terms of style, with higher acidity and freshnesss than the latter, but with a more youthful appeal, and roundness than the former. It is home to the most southern of the Cote de Beaune grand cru white wines, in the form of Criots Batard Montrachet, and also boasts a number of Premier Cru wines. The quality is high, and there seems to be a greater consistency of quality levels than is often seen in Meursault and also Puligny-Montrachet, where yet again, some producers rest on the laurels of the name and push volume at the expense of quality.

Unlike its famous neighbours, Chassagne’s production is only about 50% white, with the rest being Pinot Noir, grown on the southern, richer marl soils – the style is youthful, with bright cherry fruit, made for early drinking.

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