Wine Chateau de la Maltroye, Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru "Morgeot Vigne Blanche", 2010
Reviews of purchase Chateau de la Maltroye, Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru "Morgeot Vigne Blanche", 2010
Wine bright yellow.
Very clean, sensible, well-balanced wine with dense, silky texture and fresh, juicy notes of citrus - lemon and lime. Long aftertaste stored light, refreshing hints of minerals.
The aroma of the wine much more complicated than previous vintages. Gorgeous shades of white peach, citrus peel accompany tone, menthol, land and silicon.
Wine perfectly combined with fish, seafood, foie gras and soft cheeses from goat's milk.
To create a wine Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru "Morgeot Vigne Blanche" Chardonnay grapes harvested from two sections of the vineyard Morgeot Vigne Blanche, whose total area is 1.1 hectares. On dark red soils rich in clay, grow vines with an average age of about 60 years. Collected and sorted grapes gags using pneumatic press whole bunches, without prior separation of the berries from the crests. Fermentation occurs in stainless steel containers, while maintaining a temperature not below 19 ° C. Then the wine is aged 12 months in oak barrels, 30% of them - are new. Before bottling the drink filtered.
"Walrus Vinh Blanche", 2010 - beautifully balanced wine, in which a sense of harmony and balance are impeccable. Flexible and elegant, it is beautifully conveys all the nuances of the terroir in which the vineyards are located. It should be noted that under certain conditions this is a great wine retains its excellent organoleptic characteristics of at least 10 years.
Relatively young by the standards of Burgundy winery Chateau de la Maltroye owned Cornu family since 1940. Then Daniel Picard - grandfather of the current owner Jean-Pierre Cornu, together with buildings acquired vineyards, which account for about 80% of the current land. Existing today manor rebuilt in the 18th century on the site of the burned buildings that dated to the 15th century. At the same time to the present day are perfectly preserved ancient underground cellars, currently used for aging red wines (white wine used ground "basement" with regulators). Behind the Chateau, downhill stretch extensive vineyards. Now owned farms is 14.5 hectares: 13 hectares of vineyards are located in Chassagne-Montrachet, and the rest - in Santenay. The average age of about 50 years of vines. The volume of production is about 70,000 bottles a year, of which 60% are accounted for white wine and 40% - red.
Jean-Pierre Cornu, who had worked as an engineer in the company Dassault Aviation, led the management of the economy after the illness of his father André Cornu, a former pilot of Air France, but winemaking has devoted 20 years of his life. With the knowledge, hard work and boundless energy of the current owner for the last 1.5 decades of wine Chateau de la Maltrua rose to a new level and become more harmonious, rich and powerful.