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2018 Domaine du Clos Salomon Montagny Blanc Le Clou

2018 Domaine du Clos Salomon Montagny Blanc Le Clou

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One of the least-explored areas of Burgundy is in the Côte Chalonnaise in the south of the region. The comes from the village of Montagny and is a white Burgundy made from older vines of Chardonnay. The Le Clou vineyard is located on the southern end of the appellation and varies in elevation from 250-400 m. The soils are full of red, grey clay alongside the requisite limestone.

Terroir: There is a range of elevation within Montagny that starts around 250 meters above sea level and goes all the way up to 400 meters. The vineyard “Le Clou” is at the southern end of the appellation and sits around 325 to 375 meters. The advantage of the higher elevation, keeps the freshness and acidity intact and the potential alcohol low. The soils are also reasonably deep with red and brown clay, which helps to retain water in warmer years, as irrigation is illegal in France. The red soil is loaded with iron and gives the grapes a solid core of power. The backbone of this vineyard site as well as all of Burgundy is the limestone content. The limestone here is called Bajocian or “crinoidal” limestone, which comes from ancient sea animals that looked a lot like sea lilies. This limestone can also be found in some of the greatest vineyards within Burgundy.

Body: 2/4
Acidic: 4/4
Complex: 3/4
Finish: 3/4
Sweet: 1/4

Country: France 
Region: Burgundy
Type of Wine: White
Bottle Size: 750mL

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