Emma et Christian Sorine Chassagne-Montrachet Les Benoites 2018
Sweetness :
Acidity :
Tannin :
Body :
Length :
Food & Wine:
> Walnut St. Jacques
> Dos Zander
> smoked halibut
> Lobster
> Lotte morels
> Truffle omelette
> sweetbread with cream
> Trout with almonds
> Turbo poached
> Bar dill

Emma et Christian Sorine Chassagne-Montrachet Les Benoites 2018

ProducerEmma et Christian Sorine
Grape varietyChardonnay
Visual aspectgold with green highlights.
Odor characteristicNose with aromas of white flowers, hazelnut and minerality.
Taste attributesOpulent and persistent in mouth
Type of terroir#VALUE!
Breeding container#VALUE!
Operating temperature11°
Recommended glass:

More details

8 bottles in stock

48,00 € VAT incl.

Domain description :

Natives of Santenay, the Sorine make wine since 1929. Christian was installed in 1990 at the head of 12ha family, joined in 2009 by his wife Emma, ​​a teacher trained in oenology. They also developed a small trading business to expand their range.

Description of the appellation :

The vineyards of Chassagne-Montrachet is located south of the Côte de Beaune between Santenay, Puligny Montrachet and. His exhibition is southeast. The name synthesizes two major own grapes to the wine region of Burgundy and the plant sometimes rank against rank. The first wines Chassagne-Montrachet are listed among the most famous: Boudriotte Champs Gain, Clos Saint-Jean and Morgeot.

Description of the region :

The wine region of Burgundy is located in central-eastern France. It goes from Auxerre to Macon and represents 27,200 ha of vines, or 3% of the national AOC vineyard. Divided into five subregions (Mâconnais, Côte de Nuits, Chablis, Côte Chalonnaise and Côte de Beaune), this vineyard has several climates: continental (north), ocean (east) and Mediterranean (south). The Burgundy region has several varieties, based on clay and limestone soils: pinot noir, chardonnay, gamay, pinot gray, burgundy melon, caesar, sacy, cabernet and white grape. Burgundy is divided into several fields. For example, appellation Romanée has only 0.8 hectares of vines. This is why winemakers invented "climates". These serve to delimit the lands according to their lands. The area has several levels of names: regional, communal, Premiers Crus and Grands Crus. Each year, 200 million bottles come from the Burgundy region. The two of them are exported abroad. Burgundy wines are among the most famous and known worldwide.