Montagny 1er Cru 2019 Naudin Pere & Fils
Located in the heart of Burgundy, Domaine Naudin Pere & Fils produces quality and authentic wines since 1849.
Grape Variety: 100% Chardonnay
The Appellation Montagny produced on 4 small municipalities (mainly Montagny les Buxy) is the southernmost of the Côte Chalonnaise. Curiously one of the most famous appellation in London or New York and Paris, Montagny (AOC since 1936) produced 90 hectares of Appellation Village and 200 Hectares classified first growths entirely devoted to white wines where the Chardonnay expresses beautifully.
Tasting Notes: Montagny 1er cru: at first, the nose is expressive, marked by mineral notes (white flowers) and citrus. Then on the palate the wine is crispy, fruity and elegant. Overall, It is a fine balance that offers this rich and charming wine.
Serving Suggestion: 12 to 13°C.
Ageing Potential: 5 to 6years
Did you know?
Burgundy Wine Classification: Premier Cru appellations
Within a communal appellation area, plots are also called “climats”.
They are classified as premiers crus (literally, first growths. Indeed it guarantee a label of consistency for their quality.
For example, the plot “les Marconnets”, located in the Beaune appellation area, is classified as 1er cru.
Beaune is the largest appellation (by area) in the Côte d’Or and has 42 plots classified as premiers crus.
The bottle must be marked “Appellation 1er cru contrôlée” with the name of the town (for example: “Appellation Beaune 1er Cru”). The name of the plot is not always specified on the label.