Le Montrachet has its origins in the 13th century. The Cistercian monks were donated a few vineyards on " le Mont Chauve " or " Mont Rachaz " between Puligny and Chassagne. Over the centuries, Le Montrachet was nicknamed the "Vigne Blanche du Seigneur" or "Roi des Rois"-"King of kings". It is today considered to be the greatest of all dry white wines in the world. On extremely barren land, it is the very proof that the greatest wines often come from the most extreme growing conditions. In 1838, Bouchard Père & Fils acquired 89 "ares" (36 hectares) of this unique vineyard.
The Montrachet Grand Cru 2011 is adorned with a pale gold robe highlighted with green. The splendid bouquet has great complexity, marked by aromas of spices, citrus and floral notes, like hawthorn. The palate of this Burgundy white is harmonious, perfectly combining power, richness and freshness.
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