Country: Burgundy, France
Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir
Alcohol Percentage: 13.5%
Wine Rating: 88-91/100 (Critic scores)
Color: Bright cherry-red
Tasting Nose: The 2019 Chassagne-Montrachet vines bring a fresh, fruity note to the table. The fruits of these small terroirs are rich in redcurrants with notes from cherries Pomegranates and apples are all captured quickly by their sous Bois composition which is typical for this region - that being said, it does not seem heavy but instead invigorating and energetic giving you energy as if there were nothing else left on earth!
Palate: On the palate, this wine is a delightful surprise. It's rich and earthy with hints of dark fruit on one side while being light-bodied yet completely fruity in nature on another - it has everything you would want from your favorite Pinot Noir! The emphasis here lies less on tannins or complexity than flavor; whether fresh & juicy red berries or mineral coolness that offers just enough grip when paired up perfectly next to steak tartare (or anything else). These wines will leave any palate satisfied without feeling stuffed full after drinking too many glasses at once."
About the Winery:
It's easy to get lost in the vines when you're visiting Chassagne- Montrachet, France. There are about 40% Pinot Noir and 60% red wines - but don't worry; it will all make sense soon enough! The winemakers prefer white wines made from Pouilly Fuissé or Loire township whereas they love drinking older versions of their signature drink called "Le Vin De Bourgogne" (a blend). These old vines produce low yields, with 45 hl per hectare being average. The grapes are destemmed and fermentation takes place in both barrels as well as tanks using indigenous yeasts before they go through malolactic conversion naturally! There's no sulphur added until six months into production where it can be used at most twice with minimal doses so that the wine never exceeds 35 mg/L total concentration - this ensures quality for your guests' taste buds!!!