Chassagne-Montrachet 2013 MAGNUM - Bachelet-Ramonet
Chassagne-Montrachet in the Cote de Beaune is known for its excellent white wine produced on 5 appellations including 3 wines. Montrachet, the most famous of all, is often called ""the king of white wines"". Until recently, Chassagne-Montrachet produced especially red wine. Today, 60% of the wines of Chassagne-Montrachet are white. They are among the best white wines of Burgundy and why not France. Their popularity campaign campaign increases. Distinguished by the magazine of the wine of France in 2009, note that ""this area whose homogeneity delights us. ""Offers wine"" appellation most comprehensive of Chassagne-Montrachet with the first two best crus and grands crus Wine combines a beautiful wooded, various flowers, yellow fruits. He needs some time to open. The mouth is large, marked by citrus and a surprising freshness. The set combines the power of aromas and finesse of an integrated wine.
|Bottle Size||0.75 L|
|When to drink||2015-2022|
2013 is a very good vintage. This is a good classic Burgundy vintage. Cotes de Nuits particularly stands.