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2020 Château de la Maltroye Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot Vigne Blanche

$89.99
2020 Château de la Maltroye Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot Vigne Blanche
One of the heralded addresses of Chassagne, Chateau de la Maltroye, has been family-owned since 1941, with 13 hectares of significant holdings in Chassagne-Montrachet. The Domaine was built in the 18th century on top of a 400-year-old cellar, which is still in use today. Wines from this address can be very limited, but we were able to get some of the outstanding 2020s, which have the potential to be some of the best of all time. One of the less common selections from this address is the Morgeot "Vigne Blanche." Morgeot is one of the top Premier crus of Chassagne-Montrachet and is a prized site home to 20 different Lieu dits, Vigne Blanche being the specific plot that winemaker Jean-Pierre Cournut sources from. 2020 is a beautiful example of this wine with lovely minerality, fruit, and floral complexity. It should develop a bit more depth with time in the bottle, as Burghound touches on below. An excellent buy for the vintage and an elegant example of this vineyard, this is not one to miss at this low pricing.

Burghound 91 points! "A deft but not invisible application of wood along with a hint of menthol frame cool and restrained aromas of citrus confit and a plethora of floral elements. There is both more volume and richness to the less mineral-driven medium weight flavors that possess a very generous mouthfeel, all wrapped in a lingering and balanced finale. This will need to develop better depth to achieve my rating but it's certainly very pretty."

2020 Château de la Maltroye Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot Vigne Blanche

2020 Château de la Maltroye Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot Vigne Blanche

$89.99
$89.99

One of the heralded addresses of Chassagne, Chateau de la Maltroye, has been family-owned since 1941, with 13 hectares of significant holdings in Chassagne-Montrachet. The Domaine was built in the 18th century on top of a 400-year-old cellar, which is still in use today. Wines from this address can be very limited, but we were able to get some of the outstanding 2020s, which have the potential to be some of the best of all time. One of the less common selections from this address is the Morgeot "Vigne Blanche." Morgeot is one of the top Premier crus of Chassagne-Montrachet and is a prized site home to 20 different Lieu dits, Vigne Blanche being the specific plot that winemaker Jean-Pierre Cournut sources from. 2020 is a beautiful example of this wine with lovely minerality, fruit, and floral complexity. It should develop a bit more depth with time in the bottle, as Burghound touches on below. An excellent buy for the vintage and an elegant example of this vineyard, this is not one to miss at this low pricing.

Burghound 91 points! "A deft but not invisible application of wood along with a hint of menthol frame cool and restrained aromas of citrus confit and a plethora of floral elements. There is both more volume and richness to the less mineral-driven medium weight flavors that possess a very generous mouthfeel, all wrapped in a lingering and balanced finale. This will need to develop better depth to achieve my rating but it's certainly very pretty."