Chassagne-Montrachet Champs Gains PREMIER CRU



Le village de Chassagne est situé au sud de Puligny.


Ce vignoble se situe juste à coté du climat "Caillerets", plutôt au sud de la commune.


La fermentation en cuves dure environs 3 semaines puis l'élevage se fait en fût de chêne de Borugognependant environ 15 mois avant la mise en bouteilles.


Ce vins se conservera aisément plus de 10 ans si les conditons de température et d'humidité sont respectées.

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Chassagne-Montrachet Champs Gains PREMIER CRU


Vineyards situation

Situated in the south of the Côte de Beaune, Chassagne Montrachet is one of the 5 villages of the prestigious «Côte de Blancs». Facing east and south-east, white Premier Cru soils are mainly made of brown clay and limestone. Chassagne Montrachet produces 70 hectares of premiers crus.


At an altitude varying from 250 to 350 m, it benefits from exposures ranging from East to South and Southwest. The «Champs Gains» vineyards lies at the northern end of the commune, bordering "Les Caillerets".

Wine making

The fermentation takes place during about three weeks, after which the wines are aged in oak barrels for about 12-15 months before being bottled.

Winemaker's comments / Gastronomy

Louis Jadot Chassagne Montrachet 1er cru "Champs Gains" is a full bodied and interesting wine. It is very delicate with almond, apple, peach, spices or even truffle aromas, with a very long finish. It is a nice companion to special meals including foie gras or noble fish.


This premier cru can easily be kept more than 10 years if its conditions for temperature and humidity are repected.

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