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Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru "Les Referts"

Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru "Les Referts"

  • The vintage
    • The weather conditions in 2015 were outstanding and the vintage is characterised by its rich and very distinctive style. Excellent ageing potential.

  • Appellation
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    • Introduction

      In 1879, Puligny added its name to that of its more renowned Grand Cru: Montrachet. Puligny-Montrachet offers exceptional terroirs for the Chardonnay grape variety. The "Les Referts" climat covers 5 hectares of vines and lies at the border of Meursault. This climat produces a taut and mineral wine.

    • Exposition

      South-East

    • Soil

      Light, shallow, pebbly soils

    • Grape Variety

      Chardonnay

    • Characteristics of our plot

      Surface area

      0 ha 37 a 06 ca[0,91 Acre]

    • Characteristics of our plot

      Years the vines were planted

      2014

  • Winemaking
    • Winemaking

      The grapes are harvested and sorted by hand. The musts are extracted using a pneumatic press before being settled. Vinification lasts 4 weeks and takes place in French oak barrels (40-50% of which are new oak) in our hygrometry-controlled cellars at consistent, natural temperatures. The wines are stirred frequently in order to keep the wine in contact with the lees and then aged for 17 to 18 months. This enables them to retain excellent tension and aromatic complexity as well as a smooth, delicate palate.

  • Tasting
    • Tasting

      Attractive nose offering subtle and seductive notes of citrus and exotic fruits combined with delicate toasty notes. The palate is rich and well-balanced with a smooth mouthfeel and taut, mineral structure. A very harmonious wine with exceptional aromatic persistency.

    • Serve with

      Lobster, langoustines, rabbit in tarragon sauce, seared foie gras and cheeses such as Beaufort or Comté.

    • Serve at

      12 to 14°C

    • Cellaring Potential

      8 to 10 years

  • The vintage
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