Vintage 2021

Chassagne Montrachet, Les Concis du Champ, Hubert Lamy

Domaine Hubert Lamy
Product Code: HL1221WC

Tasting Notes

Excellent balance and precision give this wine true direction. Notes of wet stones and rich nutty notes are offset by the crisp acid and linear nature of the wine.

Profile

Chardonnay
13
FRANCE
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Cork
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The Lamy family have been working vines in Burgundy since 1640, but it wasn’t till 1973 that Hubert Lamy created his own domaine on 8ha. Having studied winemaking and gathered experience from time working in other domaines, Oliver Lamy joined the family business in 1995. His approach is very focused on the vineyard and thanks to the limestone influence here, Chardonnay dominates at 80% of the  plantings. Currently there are 18.5ha of vines over 20 appellations producing 110,000 bottles. He prefers to use oak in the form of the larger demi-muids, used to add texture rather than influence flavour. 

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Aged in French oak barrels

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