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Case price from: £696.60
Per item: £116.10
Puligny-Montrachet Blanc, Joseph Drouhin
Case price from: £54.99
Per item: £64.99 £54.99
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Puligny-Montrachet Domaine Jomain
Case price from: £70.00
Per item: £100.00 £70.00
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Roche de Bellene Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru C...
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About Puligny-Montrachet Wines

One of the most revered white Burgundy producing communes and one of the tiniest, covering a distance of less than 3km from north to south. It is home to some of the most complex and elegant white wines of the Cote d’Or, and boasts 4 grand crus, and 17 premier cru sites. It is also home to the king of white Burgundy, the iconic ‘Le Montrachet’.

Puligny-Montrachet has a unique soil type, which makes it deeper, more minerally, and steelier than Meursault to the north and Chassagne-Montrachet to the south. The wines are generally higher in acidity, and are extremely stylish, deep, and long- lived, combining the natural rich, butteriness of the chardonnay grape, with a citrus, fresh acidity and minerality.

As with many of the top Burgundy villages, some producers trade on the name, and unfortunately, there are a number of disappointing Puligny-Montrachet wines on the market, as producers seek volume over quality. But at their peak the wines are sublime examples of restrained, elegant, complexity, and supreme examples of what the Chardonnay grape is capable of in its home environment.

Le Montrachet is arguably the most exclusive and expensive white wine in the world, and is produced from a 19 acre plot of land, which has an astronomical value. Lying on the south and east facing slopes of the hill of Mont Rachez, and surrounded by the other Grand Cru vineyards, including Batard Montrachet and Chevalier Montrachet. Le Montrachet has a unique position and mesoclimate, benefitting from the maximum sunshine and sun’s rays, due to its south east facing aspect, and also from the stony, limestone soil, and its relatively elevated position on the hill. These factors combine to produce the unique, and frequently sublime wine that is Le Montrachet.

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