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  • "The Domaine Borgeot makes one of the purest and most consistent styles in Chassagne-Montrachet today. This village Chassagne comes from 50 year old vines, and it's fat. But by no means flabby. With orange flower richness and dusty minerality and good acidity to hold it all in suspension, this wine (as is often the case with Borgeot wines) drinks way above its appellation. There is a spiciness that almost reminds you of muscat, but the structure says Borgeot."  Information about the winery from

    Domaine Borgeot, Chassagne Montrachet Vieilles Vignes White Burgundy 2020

    • Vintage


    • Varietal

      White Burgundy (100% Chardonnay)

    • Appellation

      Chassagne-Montrachet, Burgundy, France

    • Wine Profile

      "The Vieilles Vignes has huge complexity on the nose, with orange flowers and a dusty mineral note. On the palate, good acidity balances the richness of the body, and a touch of spice on the finish."  Notes from Blanco & Gomez

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