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Montagny

Montagny, the most southerly of the Côte Chalonnaise wine villages, has an intriguing quirk that is unique to this appellation. Every single one of its wines, and they are all white, only qualifies for premier cru status if it can achieve 11.5% alcohol. This has not necessarily been a boon because it has allowed decidedly ordinary examples to rub shoulders with the far better wines that are out there. To avoid coming unstuck the producer's name will be of key importance.

Montagny, the most southerly of the Côte Chalonnaise wine villages, has an intriguing quirk that is unique to this appellation. Every single one of its wines, and they are all white, only qualifies for premier cru status if it can achieve 11.5% alcohol. This has not necessarily been a boon because it has allowed decidedly ordinary examples to rub shoulders with the far better wines that are out there. To... read more.

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The wines of Montagny are all white and made from Chardonnay. At their best they are intense with a richness born of subtle oak ageing.

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  1. Montagny Premier Cru, Château de la Saule

    Montagny Premier Cru, Chateau de la Saule, 2014 75cl

    Green gold colour which develops to pale gold tints. The nose shows aromas of white flowers, as well as dried fruits (apricots). Generally speaking, Montagny is always lively, fresh, fruity, and with a good minerality whilst at the same time being soft and round, it has a good length.

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