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Simon Colin Chassagne Montrachet Rouge 2021


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  • Land: The Chassagne-Montrachet vineyards, part of the esteemed Cote de Beaune, have long been a focal point for Burgundy enthusiasts. Simon Colin's inheritance includes some of the most coveted parcels in the region, reflecting the fragmentation and lineage prestige associated with the Colin and Morey families. With the acquisition of 2/3 of Philippe's vineyards in 2021, Simon's holdings now encompass regions like Rully, Maranges, Santenay, Chassagne-Montrachet, and Saint-Aubin, balancing 70% whites and 30% reds.
  • Wine: Simon Colin Chassagne Montrachet Rouge 2021 represents a new chapter in an area dominated by its whites. This red is Simon’s ambitious foray into harnessing the full potential of Chassagne-Montrachet's lesser-known red wines. This 2021 shows bright red fruits and a floral spice with subtle oak.
  • People: Simon Colin, a scion of a venerable winemaking family, represents the new generation ready to leave its mark. Trained by his uncle Bruno and having worked as an assistant at Domaine Etienne Sauzet, Simon brings both tradition and a fresh perspective to his craft. His deep roots in the region, combined with global experience including stints in South Africa and Oregon, equip him to elevate the family legacy through meticulous vineyard management and innovative winemaking techniques.
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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.