Chassagne Montrachet

When it comes to the world's greatest white wines, the border between Chassagne and Puligny is the treasure at the end of the rainbow. Within a few hundred metres lie five wonderful Grands Crus, three of which are in Chassagne. They are led by the luscious Le Montrachet, to which Chassagne gained permission in 1879, along with Puligny, to hyphenate its name.

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Ready, but will improve,
Domaine de Montille, For laying down,
Maison Camille Giroud, For laying down,
Louis Jadot, For laying down,
Maison Joseph Drouhin, For laying down,
Benjamin Leroux, Ready, but will improve,
Ready, but will improve,
Ready, but will improve,
Benjamin Leroux, Ready, but will improve,
Maison Joseph Drouhin, Ready, but will improve,
For laying down,
Ready, but will improve,
Maison Joseph Drouhin, For laying down,
Ready, but will keep,
Ready, but will keep,
For laying down,
Benjamin Leroux, Ready, but will keep,
Jean-Claude Bachelet, Ready, but will keep,
Ready, but will keep,
Ready, but will keep,
Domaine Hubert Lamy, Ready, but will improve,
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