The 2018 Chassagne-Montrachet Les Vieilles Vignes is a little classier on the nose compared to its Meursault counterpart - more terroir expression here with subtle dried honey and beeswax aromas. The palate is fresh and taut on the entry with just the right amount of acidity, saline in the mouth with a composed and harmonious finish. This is Girardin’s finest Village Cru in 2018.
Full-bodied, powerful and rich. Aromas of toasted almonds, ripe apples, white flowers and honey. The wine has remarkable persistence.