Louis Jadot Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru La Romanee 2013, Burgundy, France

Country: France

Colour / Style: White

Featured in: Episode 6

As chosen by: Joe Fattorini

A great bottle of Burgundy and a hunk of cheese (in this case, Comte) is one of life’s great pleasures. 2013 is a Cinderella vintage that initially looked rather humble and has blossomed into a bright, fragrant princess. Look for a core of quince fruit with hazelnutty oak, the hallmark of true quality in white Chardonnay.

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