Thibault took over in 2009, this young winemaker has earned the nickname “the rising star of Chassagne-Montrachet” and leads the way for his generation of vignerons. His style tends towards more expressive, even a little hedonistic.
From a 0.8-hectare parcel of vines planted in the mid-1950s, the mid-1970s, and 2019, located close to the Encégnières and Vide-Bourse 1er Crus. Soil is fine with gravel. Southeast facing slope.
very allocated - we got 4 bottles!
Fuller bodied and very powerful, green apple, orchard blossoms, toasty barrel spice, muscular, lemon curd, almond paste, lime zest, lots of tension, chalky spine of bright acidity and crushed stone. Long finish. Best enjoyed in 2026-2032.
region: Burgundy, France
style: ageworthy white
farming/cellar: certified organic, certified biodynamic, Fermentation begins in tank, then the wine is aged in 228 and 350 L French Allier oak barrels for 12 months, 35% new. Unfiltered. low so2