Philippe Colin’s heritage runs deeply in Chassagne Montrachet. He grew up with his brother Bruno, in the middle of vineyards as their father was also a well-known wine producer. This is where he gained extensive knowledge, sparking his passion for qualitative winemaking. When their father retired, Philippe and Bruno decided to split up the estate into 2 separate domaines in order to respect their different winemaking approaches. So, in 2004, the Domaine Philippe Colin was created and it has, since then, kept on growing (12 hectares). Now, he has 24 appellations in total (60% white wines and 40% red wines) from Bourgogne, village and grand crus appellations. Philippe’s philosophy is to intervene as little as possible to allow the purest expression of Terroirs as each plot can be so different.
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This is a ‘classic’ Chassagne Montrachet profile. Citrus and minerals on the nose. Intense and full body coming from its clay soil. If you drink it ‘aged’, you can decant it to reveal all the concentrated flavours. Balanced ripe fruit nose with a great minerality palate.
From 3 years to 10 years.