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Tasting Highlights: 2004 White Burgundy

Richness backed by firm structure reflects both the vintage and the terroirs of the famous village of Chassagne-Montrachet
Bruce Sanderson
Posted: May 29, 2007


The wines of Chassagne-Montrachet tend to be fuller and more generous than their Puligny cousins to the north. In 2004, however, the higher acidity adds a linear quality and sleekness to the wines. Even examples from Morgeot, with its rich soils, tend to be more vibrant.

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