Chassagne Montrachet

Chassagne-Montrachet in the Côte de Beaune is famous for the great white wines produced in the 5 appellations (see below) including 3 grands crus. Montrachet, the most famous of them, is often called "king of white wines". , 60% of the wines in Chassagne-Montrachet are white. They are among the best in Burgundy, even in France and are increasingly popular. Chassagne Montrachet wine information : Appellations in Chassagne Montrachet: Appellation Chassagne Montrachet Controlée Appellation Chassagne Montrachet Premier Cru Appellation Montrachet Grand Cru Appellation Bâtard Montrachet Grand Cru Appellation Criots Bâtard Montrachet Grand Cru Location: South of Côte de Beaune Place: Chassagne Montrachet, Remigny Soil: Clayey limestone Size: 350 ha (865 acres) Production: 2 million bottles 60%: white - 40%: red Grapes: Red: Pinot Noir White: Chardonnay Type of wines: Fruity full-body red wine Full-flavored white wine Age: Red: 3 to 10 years White: 5 to 20 years Red: Cherry Blackcurrant White: Almond Ripen apple Honey Food: Red: Roast game White: Grilled fish White meat Fish in white sauce Cheese: White: Langres Saint Nectaire

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  1.  Chassagne  Montrachet, Blanc  2011 By Blanchelet, Jean Francois

    Chassagne Montrachet, Blanc 2011 By Blanchelet, Jean Francois

    Reg. Price: $62.99

    Now: $44.00

    The wine was tasted October 30, 2017 and was still excellent Learn More
  2. Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge, 2013 by Bachelet - Cote de Beaune; "Jean Francois"
  3. Chassagne-Montrachet, 2013 Blanc by Bachelet ; "Jean Francois"

    Chassagne-Montrachet, 2013 Blanc by Bachelet ; "Jean Francois"


    100% Chardonnay. A Powerful and Bold wine, getting better as it ages. Almond, apple, white flowers, and honey. Remarkably persistent, and great with fish dishes. Learn More

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