Maison Chandesais Bourgogne Chardonnay "Vierge Blanche" 2017
Maison Chandesais was established in 1933 by Emile Chandesais. Located in the northern part of Côte Chalonnaise and close to the Côte de Beaune, Maison Chandesais selects, ages and blends each wine, bringing together authenticity, curiosity and innovation.
Maison Chandesais produces a wild range of wines including 9 Premiers Crus and focus on the prestigious village appellations such as Chassagne-Montrachet, Nuits Saint-Georges and Pommard… Through the range of wines, they therefore represent “La Grande Bourgogne” (Greater Burgundy)
The nose is dominated by a melting and refreshing pear, combined with a malignant note of vanilla and lime. On the palate, the charm of the chardonnay operates, then the wine develops and unfolds generously, offering a delicately buttered finish.