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Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru 2021


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  • Land: The village of Chassagne-Montrachet, situated in the heart of Burgundy's prestigious Côte de Beaune, is renowned for both its robust reds and its refined whites. This appellation benefits from a mosaic of soil types, including limestone and clay, which contribute to the rich complexity of flavors found in its wines. The 1er Cru vineyards, where Domaine Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey sources its grapes, are particularly noted for their ability to produce Chardonnay with exceptional depth and minerality. The climatic conditions, combined with the unique terroir of Chassagne-Montrachet, ensure that each vintage captures a distinct sense of place, embodying the essence of this celebrated region.
  • Wine: The 2021 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru from Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey exemplifies the subtlety and power of great Burgundy whites. Fermented and aged in large demi-muid barrels, this wine strikes a delicate balance between its rich, creamy texture and the crisp, vibrant acidity that defines Chassagne-Montrachet. Notes of citrus, white flowers, and a distinct minerality showcase the wine's complexity, making it a profound expression of its terroir with excellent aging potential.
  • People: At the helm of Domaine Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey, Pierre-Yves Colin continues the legacy of meticulous winemaking that he learned from his father, Marc Colin. Alongside his wife Caroline Morey, Pierre-Yves has pushed the boundaries of Burgundian winemaking by adopting a low-intervention approach that highlights the unique characteristics of each vineyard plot. His commitment to minimalistic winemaking techniques, such as using natural yeasts and avoiding fining or filtration, ensures that each wine is a pure representation of its origin.
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Burgundy in eastern France is home to multiple subregions, but the Cote d'Or is home to many of the world's most expensive wines. Whites made from Chardonnay are rich yet minerally, and Pinot Noir makes silky reds. Centuries of winemaking have resukted in every plot being recognized and scrutinized; this is the capital of terroir.


Chardonnay, one of the world's most versatile and beloved white grape varieties, showcases a remarkable spectrum of styles, from the lean, mineral-driven expressions of Chablis in France to the rich, buttery, and oak-aged versions from California's Napa Valley. Its adaptability extends to cooler climates such as Burgundy, where it achieves elegance and complexity, and to regions like Australia's Yarra Valley, known for producing vibrant and fruit-forward renditions. This grape's ability to reflect its terroir, coupled with winemaking techniques, results in a wide array of profiles, including unoaked, crisp varieties with apple and citrus notes, to full-bodied wines with tropical fruit flavors and creamy textures.