Lucien Muzard Fils Champs Claude Vieilles Vignes Santenay 2001
Pinot Noir grape variety, clay and chalky soil, Cordon de Royat pruning. Hand-made grape harvest in small cases of 20 kgs, sorting table, traditional wine-making, vatting of the destemmed crop from 16 to 20 days in open wooden vats, with a maturing from 12 to 18 months in oak barrels with 30 % of new oak. “Village” appellation, at the border of Chassagne-Montrachet, nice color, very delicate taste and complex on the palate.
|Rank within Winery:||19 of 57|
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|Global Rank:||369,909 of 1,289,705|
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