Arguably the Holy Trinity of white wine is Meursault, Puligny Montrachet and Chassagne Montrachet. All of which are 100% Chardonnay, and all of which come from a 20km strip of land in the Southern part of the Côte d'Or called the Côte de Beaune.
When it comes to the world's greatest white wines, the border between Chassagne and Puligny is the treasure at the end of the rainbow. Within a few hundred metres lie five wonderful Grands Crus, three of which are in Chassagne. They are led by the luscious Le Montrachet, to which Chassagne gained permission in 1879, along with Puligny, to hyphenate its name.
This is very much the pinnacle of white wine.
Due to variations in the winemaking process the actual Alcohol By Volume (ABV) of the wine which you receive may vary by +/- 0.5% compared with the ABV shown in the images on our site.
Please be aware that your wine order may require an age check on the doorstep. You may be required to confirm your month and year of birth.