Jean Saint Honoré Chassagne Montrachet 2006

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Riper and fuller bodied than its neighboring Puligny sibling, Chassagne-Montrachet typically expresses a broader texture on the palate, but still p... Read more

Riper and fuller bodied than its neighboring Puligny sibling, Chassagne-Montrachet typically expresses a broader texture on the palate, but still p... Read more

Riper and fuller bodied than its neighboring Puligny sibling, Chassagne-Montrachet typically expresses a broader texture on the palate, but still p... Read more

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External Reviews for Jean Saint Honoré Chassagne Montrachet

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/19/2011

Riper and fuller bodied than its neighboring Puligny sibling, Chassagne-Montrachet typically expresses a broader texture on the palate, but still possesses the telltale minerality of all great white Burgundies. Ripe peach and juicy green apple, laced with lemon tart. Elegant and poised, the soft and full-bodied palate develops harmoniously and leaves a citrus fruit finish. Pairs well with any white meat, fish, or soft cheeses.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

Riper and fuller bodied than its neighboring Puligny sibling, Chassagne-Montrachet typically expresses a broader texture on the palate, but still possesses the telltale minerality of all great white Burgundies. Ripe peach and juicy green apple, laced with lemon tart. Elegant and poised, the soft and full-bodied palate develops harmoniously and leaves a citrus fruit finish. Pairs well with any white meat, fish, or soft cheeses.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
05/22/2011

Riper and fuller bodied than its neighboring Puligny sibling, Chassagne-Montrachet typically expresses a broader texture on the palate, but still possesses the telltale minerality of all great white Burgundies. Ripe peach and juicy green apple, laced with lemon tart. Elegant and poised, the soft and full-bodied palate develops harmoniously and leaves a citrus fruit finish. Pairs well with any white meat, fish, or soft cheeses.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/23/2011

Chassagne-Montrachet is the queen of white Burgundies, and the Jean Saint Honoré is a royal bargain! Elegant and complex, with subtle layers of fruit, oak and even some faint floral elements. Beautifully rich and well-suited to a variety of dishes, including quail, chicken, pasta and fish in cream sauce.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Chassagne-Montrachet is the queen of white Burgundies, and the Jean Saint Honorandeacute; is a royal bargain! Elegant and complex, with subtle layers of fruit, oak and even some faint floral elements. Beautifully rich and well-suited to a variety of dishes, including quail, chicken, pasta and fish in cream sauce.


External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
05/22/2011

Chassagne-Montrachet is the queen of white Burgundies, and the Jean Saint Honoré is a royal bargain! Elegant and complex, with subtle layers of fruit, oak and even some faint floral elements. Beautifully rich and well-suited to a variety of dishes, including quail, chicken, pasta and fish in cream sauce.


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