- Chassagne Montrachet Rouge La Boudriotte 2017
- Pinot Noir
- France > Burgundy
- Red, Dry, Medium-Bodied, Floral, Rich
- Pair Côte de Beaune reds with flavorful roasts and casseroles.
- Indispenable with beef bourguignon and coq au vin.
- Try rabbit in a creamy mustard or mushroom sauce.
- Seared duck breasts too.
Eyes: Pale Ruby
Nose: Medium-High Intensity, developing, earthy, floral, red fruits
Mouth: Medium-Full Bodied, dry, medium-high acidity, average tannin, moderate-high intensity, medium-long finish, red fruits, spicy, forest floor
- The oft-quoted remark by The Wine Spectator's Matt Kramer, "This producer's Chassagnes are the wines against which the others are judged" was made in the 1980's while Andre Ramonet was still at the helm. Thankfully, even though the reins have been fully passed to his sons, Noel and winemaker, Jean-Claude decades ago, little has changed. The wines are still iconic and prototypical.
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