Roger Belland Chassagne-Montrachet “Clos Pitois” 2022

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Chardonnay | Burgundy | France | White Wine | Domaine Roger Belland | 2022 | 0,75 L | 13,5 %
About
Roger Belland Chassagne-Montrachet "Clos Pitois" 2022 Blanc is a dry white wine originating from the Chassagne-Montrachet appellation of Burgundy, France. Crafted from Chardonnay grapes, this wine showcases the elegance and finesse typical of the region's renowned white wines.
Producer
The Roger-Joseph Belland winery has been owned by the Belland family for the sixth generation. The vineyards are mostly located in the best terroirs of Les Maranges, Santenay, Chassagne Montrachet, Puligny Montrachet, Meursault, Volnay and Pommard Premiers and Grands Crus. The harvest is done entirely by hand, with a very careful selection of the best grapes, which are later moved into very small boxes so that nothing spoils the perfect berries. Maceration and fermentation, thanks to modern technologies, take place at very low temperatures to create complex, pleasantly round and fruity wines. After aging in French oak barrels, the wines are bottled right there in the winery.
Tasting notes

With its pale straw color and aromas of citrus fruits, white flowers, and subtle oak, Roger Belland Chassagne-Montrachet “Clos Pitois” 2022 Blanc offers a refined and aromatic bouquet. On the palate, it presents flavors of crisp apples, lemon zest, and creamy vanilla, with a refreshing acidity and a lingering, mineral-driven finish.

Pairing

Pair this exquisite white Burgundy with dishes such as grilled seafood, roasted chicken with herbs, or creamy pasta to complement its vibrant flavors and enhance the dining experience.

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Wine Searcher review

90/100
Domaine Roger Belland
The Roger-Joseph Belland winery has been owned by the Belland family for the sixth generation. The vineyards are mostly located in the best terroirs of Les Maranges, Santenay, Chassagne Montrachet, Puligny Montrachet, Meursault, Volnay and Pommard Premiers and Grands Crus. The harvest is done entirely by hand, with a very careful selection of the best grapes, which are later moved into very small boxes so that nothing spoils the perfect berries. Maceration and fermentation, thanks to modern technologies, take place at very low temperatures to create complex, pleasantly round and fruity wines. After aging in French oak barrels, the wines are bottled right there in the winery.
Chassagne-Montrachet
The largest southern appellation of Côte de Beaune and home of the "white kings" of Burgundy - the most prestigious white wines in the world.  The white wines here are rich, dense, expressive and with a strong character. They are made from Chardonnay grapes, have a shimmery gold colour and are characterized by fragrant aromas of acacia, nuts and fresh butter that are replaced by honey and ripe pears over time.  Opening a bottle of Chassagne Montrachet is always an event that can and should be discussed, but the outcome is always the same - this wine is absolutely fantastic.  
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