JEAN-MARC PILLOT CHASSAGNE-MONTRACHET ROUGE MES VIEILLES VIGNES 2015

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For a village more recently known for its White Burgundy, it used to be planted mostly to red before many growers replanted to Chardonnay.  This is a shame as Chassagne-Montrachet offers some fantastic examples of classical Red Burgundy, some at a more reasonable price than it's more notable and expensive neighbors.

For this bottling, Pillot exploits over a hectare of vineyards planted in 1960 to Pinot Noir at the village level. This is a robust, cherry-flavored wine of strength and vigor.


Varietal or Region: RED BURGUNDY


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