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Chassagne Montrachet Albert Bichot

Code:  0305

Phonetic Pronunciation:  Sha – san – yer  Mon – trash – A

Region:  Cote de Beaune, Burgundy

Country:  France

Grapes:  Pinot Noir

ABV:  13%

Oak:  Yes






Wine Description:  From the Southern half of the Cote de Beaune, this hand harvested Pinot Noir is aged in oak for 12 months.  The wine has a linear minerality which underlays a palate of fruits of the forest, spice and juicy plum.  Elegant tannins finish the show.

Food Match:  Red Meats and game

Winery Information:  The first traces of the Bichot family in Burgundy date back to 1214.  In 1831 Bernard Bichot founded a wine brokerage and his son purchased Bichot’s first vineyards in Volnay.  Six generations later “Albert Bichot” now has 245 acres of Premier and Grand Cru vineyards in Chablis, Cote de Nuits, and Cote de Beaune, which is split over four exceptional estates; Chateau Long Depaquit in Chablis, Domaine du Clos Frantin in Nuits St George, Domaine du Pavillon in Pommard and Domaine Adelie in Mercurey.  Albert Bichot’s expertise is based on respect for terroir and nature, using sustainable viticultural practices.  This expertise has been recognised by the industry in the various awards and accolades such as; Pinot Noir Trophy – Decanter World Wine Awards, Red Wine Maker of the Year– International Wine Challenge, Best White Burgundy – Decanter Wine Awards.

Bottle Closure:  Cork

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