This 100% Gamay, aged in 228l and 400l barrels, has a discreet nose with liquorice, white pepper and black fruit notes. On the palate, the clay soil on granite is present with a straight and tight structure with long and fine tannins. It is a wine with great ageing potential.
Before the year 1000, the village of Chassagne-Montrachet derived its glory from the Clos Saint-Jean, property of the Benedictine abbey Saint-Jean-le-Grand of Autun founded by Brunehaut in 589. The cellars of the Héritiers Saint Genys are located just behind the church of Chassagne-Montrachet. They are embedded in the Clos Saint-Jean hill. Long vaulted galleries made […]
Château Monestier La Tour has a dedicated garden for useful plants and herbs and a tisanerie (herbarium). A variety of plants are dried and stored in the herbarium, so they can be used to make the preparations to strengthen the vines. The harvesting of wild plants is complemented by the cultivation in the garden of species […]