Nice dark ruby colour. The nose delivers both fruity and floral notes. The mouth, round and powerful, displays a wide aromatic complexity. Very long and elegant aftertaste.
Brown limestone soil with very little clay in this sloping and pebbly parcel. The exposure is easterly.
"Chaignots" comes from the word "Chasne", old French for "chêne" (oak), meaning that there were originally oak trees in this area. Georges Mugneret purchased the parcel in 1971.
The generosity of this wine allows it to be appreciated when young, but also offers the potential of keeping it for between five and ten years after bottling.
Serve with: grilled meats and cheeses, never with cream sauces.
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