Michel Niellon Chassagne-Montrachet Clos St.-Jean 2010

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*_Red_* Chassagne is a strange animal considering that wine lovers worldwide consider the white grapes grown there pr...

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Winemaker's Notes:

*_Red_* Chassagne is a strange animal considering that wine lovers worldwide consider the white grapes grown there produce the best chardonnays in the universe--period. However, pinot noir not only thrives there but, in the right hands, can make joyous wines at a fraction of the cost of their more famous neighbors to the North.Michel Niellon makes a classic one full of the wonderful smells and tastes of red and black berries and cassis. Specifically, Chassagne rouge is known for a "gout de terroir" reflective of the soils it's grown in.

*_Red_* Chassagne is a strange animal considering that wine lovers worldwide consider the white grapes grown there produce the best chardonnays in the universe--period. However, pinot noir not only thrives there but, in the right hands, can make joyous wines at a fraction of the cost of their more famous neighbors to the North.Michel Niellon makes a classic one full of the wonderful smells and tastes of red and black berries and cassis. Specifically, Chassagne rouge is known for a "gout de terroir" reflective of the soils it's grown in.

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