Olivier Leflaive – “Montrachet” Grand Cru – 2014

Montrachet is the most important grand cru vineyard for the Chardonnay grape variety in the côte de Beaune; it is a small 8-hectare patch of land divided between the communes of Puligny and Chassagne Montrachet. The parcel lies between 250-300 meters above sea level and enjoys soils rich in brown marl and limestone ideal for water drainage, giving the wines important structure, delicate aromas and never wines of great depth or opulence. The winery here produces about 800 bottles a year, where it matures for about 20 months between barriques and steel tanks.
There are probably no words to describe the quality and exquisiteness of this wine. Supreme.

  • Producer: Olivier Leflaive
  • Name:“Montrachet” Grand Cru
  • Grape Variety: 100% Chardonnay
  • Vintage: 2014
  • Alcohol Content: 13%
  • Bottle Size: 750 ml
  • Production: 800 bottles

Productive Notes: alcoholic fermentation in steel tanks, while malolactic fermentation was carried out in barrique. Aged in barrique for 14 months, plus 3 months in cement tanks.

Wine naturally contains solphites

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Description

We are in the village of Puligny-Montrachet, a tiny hamlet, but of absolute importance, here are the most exclusive and important GRAND CRUs in all of Burgundy for the Chardonnay grape variety.
The historic Leflaive family, which has always owned vineyards, was also born here. In the 1980s Olivier Leflaive, had a desire to have his own label and winery, so he began to select the best plots and then produce great wines.
The Leflaive winery today makes wine from 120 hectares of vines including 17 of its own divided among the best villages of Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet and Meursault, in Chablis and the Côte Chalonnaise.
The choice of grape purchasing is highly selected thanks to historic partnerships with various suppliers, where special attention is paid to vineyard work by encouraging biodynamic viticulture.
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