Chassagne Montrachet

1er cru "Clos Saint Jean"

Powerful and precise
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This "Climat"

Before 1000A.D., the Clos Saint Jean belonged to the female Benedictine abbey of Saint Jean Le Grand, founded in Autun in 589 by Queen Brunhild, daughter of the king of the Visigoths, Athanagild.

Tasting

Appearance: Golden and brilliant Bouquet: Expressive, lively and precise with very elegant notes of cypress, lime tree, mint, ferns and chlorophyll In the mouth: Tense, lingering and precise, powerful with a good body, fresh and mentholated, with a long, mineral finish.
Chassagne Montrachet 1er cru "Clos Saint Jean"

Terroir

This complex terroir consists of lime-rich marl, yellow or red clay, scree and calcareous gravel.
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  • image/svg+xml elevage elevage 18 months
  • image/svg+xml futneuf futneuf 100% of barrel 1 Wine
  • image/svg+xml temps temps 10 years