Arnaud Baillot Puligny-Montrachet 2021

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Chardonnay | Burgundy | France | White Wine | Domaine Arnaud Baillot | 2021 | 0,75 L | 12,5 %
Arnaud Baillot Puligny-Montrachet 2021 is a dry white wine, made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes, sourced from the renowned Puligny-Montrachet appellation in Burgundy, France. This wine showcases the elegance and minerality typical of Puligny-Montrachet, reflecting Arnaud Baillot's dedication to traditional winemaking practices and the expression of the region's exceptional terroir. The 2021 vintage is celebrated for its refined structure, vibrant acidity, and complex flavor profile.
Tasting notes

Arnaud Baillot Puligny-Montrachet 2021 reveal an aromatic bouquet of green apple, citrus, and white peach, complemented by floral notes and a touch of wet stone minerality. On the palate, it offers a crisp acidity and a medium-bodied texture, with flavors of lemon zest, pear, and a hint of toasted almond, leading to a long, elegant finish. This Chardonnay is known for its balance, depth, and the harmonious integration of fruit and mineral elements.


Arnaud Baillot Puligny-Montrachet 2021 pairs beautifully with seafood dishes such as seared scallops, poached lobster, or grilled shrimp, where its acidity and minerality enhance the delicate flavors. It also complements light poultry dishes and creamy cheeses, providing a refreshing contrast and elevating the overall dining experience with its vibrant and refined character.

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Domaine Arnaud Baillot
Arnaud Baillot atrodas Beaune reģionā, Côte-d’Or sirdī. Arnо ir īpašnieks un vīndaris, kurš šobrīd prezentē savu piekto ražu no ierobežotā daudzumā pieejamā Burgundijas crus. Aizrāvies ar Burgundijas reģiona vīnu daudzveidību un apvienojot spēkus ar sievu Laure, kura ir slavenā Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat mazmeita no Chambolle-Musigny komūnas, Arno ir ķēries pie īpašu Burgundijas vīnu darīšanas. Abi ar sievu ar aizrautību piemeklē vīnogu šķirnes, pieskata vīna darīšanas procesus un izvēlas piemērotākās mucas, kurās vīnus nogatavināt. 2017.gadā Arno un Laure sāka iegādāties savā īpašumā Côte de Beaune vīnogu laukus, sperot savu pirmo soli, lai savā īpašumā ražotu vīnus "Domaine Arnaud Baillot". Viņu filozofija ir cienīt un veicināt Burgundijas vīna reģiona sarežģītību, vienlaikus ražojot Terroir vadītus vīnus. Pie mums varēsi atrast viņu neatkārtojamos vīnus: Bourgogne Cote d’Or 2021, Bourgogne Chardonnay 2021, Saint-Aubin 1er Cru 2018, Volnay 2021, kā arī Vosne-Romanee 2021.
Puligny-Montrachet is a village in the central part of Côte-de-Beaune Burgundy. The village was originally called simply Puligny, and in 1879 a portion of Montrachet was added to honor his iconic Grand Cru vineyard, Le Montrachet. Undoubtedly, the success of the Chardonnay grapes here is the result of several factors. The geographical location and the hilly nature of the vineyards, the composition of the soil and the microclimate - all this allows producers to grow high-quality grapes from which great wines are made. Many generations of winemakers have carefully studied the area, developing a detailed topographic map of the area and highlighting the places that are best suited for quality viticulture. In recent years, with the help of modern technology, extensive analysis has been carried out to continue this work and verify the exact relationship between soil and wine quality. Although difficult to determine, the positive impact of the limestone soils and the special climate of Pulinyi is undeniable. In 1984, INAO (the government body in charge of the French appeals system) formally delineated and classified the land around the village into 17 Pulliny-Montrachet vineyard plots of 1er Cru level. Wines from such sites can be labeled with their own vineyard name. However, the local wines became famous long before the official recognition of local vineyards.
Burgundy (Bourgogne) can be confusing because of the multiplicity of its appellations - all the small vineyards are divided between multiple producers so it can often be difficult to understand this diversity. However, it is the exact reason why the wines of Burgundy are considered to be the finest in the world. A common topic of discussion, when talking about Burgundy, is the concept of "terroir" - a unique combination of soil and climate conditions that affects the taste of wine in the appellations, making it unique to each village. Winemakers mainly use the capricious Pinot Noir and the classical Chardonnay to create true masterpieces, while Gamay and Aligote are used to make wines of a bit simpler style. Particular attention should be paid to the hierarchy of wines. First there are the regional and village wines, a step higher - the Premier Cru wines and the outstanding Grand Cru - at the top. Due the complex and inconsistent weather that can notably impact wine quality especially in bad harvest years, a very important factor here is the so called millesime - the harvest year of the grapes the particular wine is produced of, because each of these years has its own unique taste. Purchasing Burgundy wines is not easy because there are many details that should be taken into consideration - the class of the vineyard, the assessment of the manufacturer, the age of the vines, the quality of the wine as well as the millesime and, of course, the potential of ageing. The sellers play a big role here - they must be truly passionate about wine and able to offer only the best quality producers with a good reputation. That is exactly the way "Noble Wine" works!