Grand Cru, Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet, AOC Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru, Blanc, 2020

This lands, lower than the other on the famous Mont-Rachet, have been given to their serfs who would Appellees "Welcome".(Bienvenue)


Production area : 3,68 ha
Altitude : 230-250 m
Unique vineyard, planted in 1972, producing only 600 bottles annually.
Soil : calcareous clay, limestone
In the vineyard
Wine-Growing method : Sustainable
Harvest: 100 % manual
At their arrival in our cellar, the grapes are immediately and carefully pressed with a pneumatic press .
100% whole berries
Finning: Yes
Filtration : Yes (Lenticulaire)
20 months (whose 8 months in stainless steel)
100 % oak barrels (of one vintage)
Chardonnay : 100%
Alcohol content: 13,50 ABV
Age of vines: 44 years old


Serving temperature : 12-14°C
Should be drunk between 2024 and 2029
Tasting notes
A noble wine with exceptional purity and aromatic finesse, flowers of the vine, preserved citrus, grilled almond. The palate is elegant. A wine with a promising future.
Food and wine pairings
Perfect with grilled lobster and crayfish.


"Fresh pure colour. The nose is discreet but shows already everything that Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet is about – that element of white fruit in cashmere texture without the obvious weight of Bâtard. Heady, with a little upward surge after a fresh apple start to the palate. Comes through in a strong limestone vein, with subtlety within the persistent finish. The nose seems floral after tasting the Chevalier-Montrachet alongside. Very fine indeed.
5 star Wine
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"Not a forward nose but there’s much more on show than was the case for the Charlemagne – higher tones here. Volume – ooh – directly there’s clarity – clearly showing more flamboyantly and open than the Charlemagne. Fluidity then a really growing complexity of finishing flavour too – that’s great."
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"High-toned, floral, and intense, with a persistent and elegant finish. It’s restrained and pure and clean-cut."
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