Wertung
94/100
Montrachet 2006
Grand Cru AC, MO, Louis Jadot
Burgund
2006
75 cl
 
Wertung
94/100
Montrachet 2006
Grand Cru AC, MO, Louis Jadot
Burgund
2006
75 cl
Art. Nr. 11201
Verfügbare Menge 9
Anzahl
Preis/Fl.
CHF  441.00 exkl. 7.7% MwSt
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Wertungen
94/95
Wine Advocate
David Schildknecht
Representing 9 barrels, all from purchased fruit grown on the Chassagne side of the cru, Jadot’s 2006 Montrachet smells decadently of heliotrope, fading lilies, over-ripe peach, and grilled pineapple comes to the palate predictably full and rich yet surprisingly fresh and invigorating and lays down a plush, faintly warm, rich but not especially fine-grained carpet of flavor in the finish. While less dramatic than the Batard or mysterious than the Chevalier, this is nonetheless truly grand, and surely capable of at least a decade’s fascinating evolution.

92+
Vinous
Stephen Tanzer
(100% from the Chassagne side) Full yellow. Stone fruit and pineapple aromas are almost exotic following the Chevalier. Like a fruit cocktail in the mouth, with a liqueur-like suggestion, hints of dried fruits and a strong clove spiciness. Broad and rich but uncompromisingly dry on the powerful, slightly aggressive finish. This could hardly be more different from the Chevalier, but then Jadot did not ferment this wine and it completed its malolactic fermentation. "And Montrachet from the Chassagne side is less fine than wine made from vines in Puligny," noted Lardiere.