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Made from the Chardonnay grape grown in the Montagny region in Burgundy, France.
This shows off Chardonnay's ripe side, with lots of juicy peach and pineapple full-bodied fruit.
Especially good when you've got fish pie on the menu.
This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 2 years
The Wine Gang - December newsletter 05/12/2010
Bright, fruit-forward stuff with clean if slightly watery orchard and lemon fruit. Palate perhaps a little sweet and lacking a bit of definition. Score: 81/100
Blason de Bourgogne was developed in 2002 as a means of making the somewhat bewildering world of Burgundy wines more accessible to consumers. The range now comprises 29 wines which are sourced from all over the Burgundy region. Blason wines are high quality and good value and represent the very best of what Burgundy has to offer.
Blason’s producer of Montagny is Cave de Buxy, one of the gems of the Burgundian co-operative movement, nestled in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise. The South facing slopes give good even sun exposure to ensure good ripe grapes.