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Dom du Duc de Magenta Louis Jadot, Morgeot Clos de la Chapelle Premier Cru Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc 2017

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Dom du Duc de Magenta Louis Jadot Morgeot Clos de la Chapelle Premier Cru Chassagne-Montrachet Blanc
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95 points James Suckling
"A very sophisticated Chassagne-Montrachet. Less aromatically extravagant than most of the 2019 white Burgundies, this opens slowly as it aerates in the glass. So many nuances of white fruit and jasmine. Ripe and rich, but very elegant, with a suave and supple texture that makes it glide over your palate."

94 points Wine Enthusiast
"While wood aging shows on the nose, the palate of this wine is more about generous fruit and intense acidity. Freshness is balanced by the mineral texture and the almost tannic character of the fruits. The wine will need some time, so drink from 2023."

93+ points Wine Advocate
"A candidate for extended cellaring in Jadot's range this year is the 2017 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot Clos de la Chapelle (Domaine du Duc de Magenta), a beautifully incisive wine that meets the high expectations I formed when I tasted it from barrel a year ago. Opening in the glass with aromas of crisp Anjou pear, peach, fresh pastry and honeycomb, it's medium to full-bodied, elegantly textural and youthfully tight-knit, with fabulous structural tension and a racy spine of acidity. Bottled under Diam 30, this tensile but concentrated Morgeot will really begin to sing in six or seven years."

Jancis Robinson
"Monopole. Cask sample.
Sweet nose of crème pâtissière. Rather opulent and fulsome. Verging on grand cru weight. For those looking for a grand cru experience at a premier cru price, this could be a good bet. Quite long, and fresher than the Bâtard. 17/20 points."

Vinous Reverie Notes
Chassagne-Montrachet is one of the five villages of the Cote de Blancs. Premier Cru vineyards face east and southeast, and the Chardonnay grapes are grown in soils of brown clay and limestone. Morgeot is among the top handful of Premier Cru vineyards in the commune; Clos de la Chapelle is an enclosed monopole on the site of an old chapel. The Chardonnay grapes are fermented in oak barrels, and then the wine is barrel matured for 12 to 15 months. Tasting Notes: A restrained bouquet gives way to a broad spectrum of citrus, white flower, and damp earth over the expansive and long palate presence. Food Pairing: Matches well with all seafood and white meats, with complex sauces, or with fine ripe cheeses and toasted nuts.



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