Chassagne-Montrachet 1er cru - Clos Saint Jean

Origin of the name

Le Clos Saint-Jean, in Chassagne-Montrachet, takes its name from the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Jean le Grand d'Autun which once owned it.

Years of planting

1992

Nature of soils

Complex, made up of limestone marls, yellow or red clays, scree and gravel

limestone, light.

Culture

Reasoned, with mechanical work of the soil, plowing on horseback, without any herbicide.

HSG - Chassagne-Montrachet - 1er Cru - C

Available vintages

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Terroir

This prestigious wine comes from one of the three emblematic villages of the famous “Côte des Blancs”, with Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet. The grapes come from a plot close to our cellars, in the heart of this famous Premier Cru, near the village's marble quarries. Le Clos Saint-Jean is ideally located just above the village of Chassagne-Montrachet, halfway up the hill, and ranks among the best in this village.

Area

0.45 ha = 10.5 worked = 1.1 ac

Altitude

Between 270 and 280 m.

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