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- Artikel-Nr.: 220924
- Erzeuger: Bernard Moreau
- Bewertungen: Parker 91-93 | Galloni 91 |
Parker 91-93 | Galloni 91 |
Parker 91-93 | Bursting with aromas of ripe citrus, pear and mint that are framed by a deft touch of oak, Moreau's 2018 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru La Maltroie is medium to full-bodied, elegantly textural and precise. Racier than the more enveloping Chenevottes, it's also more tender and charming than the incisive Vergers.
Alex and Benoit Moreau began their harvest on August 30, afraid of waiting too long given the warm conditions, and reported finished alcohols between 12.15% and 13.3%. This was a large crop for the domaine, even for its premiers crus and old vines: Chenevottes, for example, yielded fully 62 hetoliters per hectare, its most generous in 20 years. Most of the domaine's white wine fermentations lasted into June-July 2019. As usual, I made Domaine Bernard Moreau one of my last stops during my time in Burgundy to catch the wines at their best, and the young 2018s showed superbly: it's a more immediate vintage than 2017 but beautifully balanced. Indeed, it's hard to think of a better address to which to direct readers looking to take a tour of some of Chassagne-Montrachet's most interesting terroirs. I also revisited the superb 2017s in bottle, wines that number among the vintage's finest.
Galloni 91 | The 2018 Chassagne-Montrachet La Maltroye 1er Cru has a crisp and focused bouquet with mineral-driven orange blossom and light apricot aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with a rounded texture, lightly honeyed, tropical notes of passion fruit and guava with a creamy finish. Again, this is a punter-friendly Chassagne, though personally I prefer the 2019.
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