Wine Domaine J.M. Boillot Chassagne Montrachet 2004
Bright golden color.
Luxurious and elegant wine with a rich, full texture and good acidity.
The aroma of peach, nuts and minerals.
Chassagne Montrachet from Domaine JM Boillot served with white meat, fish and cheese.
Domaine JM Boillot Chassagne Montrachet 2004 - white wine, created from Chardonnay grapes grown in the south of sub-prefecture of Côte de Beaune, Chassagne Montrachet in the commune. Local soil, consisting of limestone, clay, crushed stone and gravel, ideal for growing grapes. Chassagne Montrachet wine from Domaine JM Boileau has a rich, full-bodied, rich flavor, dense structure and rich aroma.
Agriculture Jean-Marc Boileau is located in the Deputy Prefecture of Côte de Beaune, the Department of Cote-d'Or, Burgundy, France. The basis of the wine production is Boileau family estate in Pommard and vineyards Boileau area of 11 hectares located in the municipalities of Beaune, Pommard, Volne, Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet and Chassagne-Montrachet.
Descendant of famous winemakers, Henri Etienne Boileau and Soze, Jean-Marc Boileau seeks only to create an upscale wine with a rich and intense flavor. The basis of production based on the principles Boileau organic wine: the ecological balance of the soil of vineyards has been restored with natural fertilizers, and all work is performed only by traditional methods.
To date, wine Boileau, with their velvety taste, rich bouquet and concentrated fruit flavor, considered as a model for all manufacturers of both red and white wine in the Côte d'Or.