Chassagne-Montrachet is a village in the Cote de Beaune sub-region of Burgundy and a communal appellation, created in 1937. The designation covers both red wines, made from Pinot Noir and whites made from Chardonnay.
Classical well done Chassagne-Montrachet with oak and butter notes. Very mineral on the palate a lot of flint and meringues Long aftertaste.
Food Pairing: Cured Meat. Shellfish, Rich fish (salmon, tuna, etc), Mild soft cheese and Pasta.