These grapes come from a single plot named Les Voillenots, planted in 1976 by Marc-Antonin`s grandfather. The old vine-roots penetrate deep down into fissures in the limestone bed-rock, bringing exhilarating character. Colour is pale lemon-golden, aromas generous, ripe and open. Some growers in Chassagne- Montrachet added tartaric acid in 2018, to help balance their wines, but Marc-Antonin had no need to do this – natural grape-sugars have given 13% of alcohol, and the natural acidity balances the wine beautifully. This is rich, soft and long (for drinking 2020-2025+).
2018 Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc, Domaine Marc-Antonin Blain
£456.00 per case
(£38.00 per bottle)
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