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Chateau de Pommard Maranges Premier Cru “Le Clos Des Loyères” 2020

$78.20
Hand-harvested grapes, hand-sorted on a vibrating table. 50% whole-cluster, placed into stainless steel fermentation vats by gravity flow. Weeks-long maceration, minimal pumping-over and punching-down. Pressing in pneumatic press. Placed in French oak barrels for aging on fine lees. Light filtration before bottling. Underneath its dark color, this Pinot Noir explodes with aromas of elderberry, rose, and peony, nuanced by subtle smoky notes. The same flavors on the palate highlight the personality of this elegant and perfectly balanced wine. The tannins are silky and the oak is well integrated. The finish, long and full, confers an unusual airiness to this wine. Production: 2,700 bottles

Chateau de Pommard Santenay Premier Cru “La Maladière” 2017

$104.55
Located above the village of Santenay, our Premier Cru “La Maladière” combines a marly-clay and limestone-rich soil that produces a mineral and lively Chardonnay. Lying at the southern extremity of the Côte de Beaune, the appellation was created in 1937. Renowned for its intense red wines across the world, Santenay also produces a handful of chiselled white wines like our “La Maladière”. Behind its pale lemon colour, this Santenay Premier Cru “La Maladière” hides medium intensity aromas of lemon, apple, and pear, as well as notes of honeysuckle. With refreshing acidity, the palate reveals flavours of white fruits, lime and subtle hints of vanilla. Chiseled and lively, it is a Chardonnay enjoyable now. Recommended Serving Temperature: 12°C

Chateau de Pommard Volnay 2017

$120.00
The pebble-rich and limestone soils of Volnay, rising between 230 and 280 meters above sea level, makes for a delicate, aromatic, and elegant Pinot Noir revealing the feminine profile of the appellation. Cultivated since the Middle Ages, the vineyard located on the steep slopes of the hill of Chaignot has always been a perfect fit for Burgundy’s native red grape variety. With a delicate nose of peonies, strawberries, raspberries and cherries, our Volnay 2017 shows a feminine profile. The palate reveals notes of pomegranate and sweet spices, such as vanilla and cinnamon, as well as silky and smooth tannins. With pronounced intensity and long finish, it is a Pinot Noir made for aging, that will evolve beautifully. Recommended Serving Temperature: 16°C

Chateau de Pommard Meursault 2015

$125.80
Meursault’s soils are rich with limestone deposits, a perfect fit for an aromatic and balanced Chardonnay with long aging potential. Famous since the Middle Ages, the appellation carries a solid reputation for high-quality, generous yet very subtle white wines around the world. Tasting Notes: The nose shows intense aromas of fresh yellow flowers, chamomile, lemon, and pear, along with hints of wet stones. The palate confirms these notes and reveals flavors of butter, cream, vanilla and lemon zest. The body is full, with a generous, creamy texture on the palate. Made for gastronomy, our Meursault 2015 has a salivating long finish and good aging potential.

Chateau de Pommard Chassagne – Montrachet 2016

$132.60
Rising between 220 and 325 meters above sea level, marly, clay, limestone and pebble-rich soils located in the south end of the Côte de Beaune produce this Chassagne-Montrachet, a fresh and full-bodied Chardonnay bringing the highest expression of the terroir. Complex and generous, our Chassagne-Montrachet 2017 has a clear lemon colour. The nose and palate present with intense aromas and flavours of yellow flowers and tropical fruits such as pineapple, lined with notes of honey and beeswax. The finish is long with a creamy texture, leaving a sense of generosity. For sales inquiry please contact order@maltwineasia.com.

Chateau de Pommard Chassagne – Montrachet 2014

$132.60
Rising between 220 and 325 meters above sea level, marly, clay, limestone and pebble-rich soils located in the south end of the Côte de Beaune produce this Chassagne-Montrachet, a fresh and full-bodied Chardonnay bringing the highest expression of the terroir. Tasting Notes: Complex and generous, our Chassagne-Montrachet 2017 has a clear lemon colour. The nose a little closed but palate comes on with just a little air. Very concentrated palate; still crackling with reduction. Beautiful, crunchy freshness and a very long, chalky finish. Food Pairing: Perfect pairing for pastas, fatty fish (salmon, tuna), shellfish, cured meats, and mild and soft cheese.

Chateau de Pommard Puligny – Montrachet 2017

$134.30
The stony soils of Puligny-Montrachet, located between Meursault and Chassagne-Montrachet, are widely known for full-bodied and intense Chardonnays that have been sought after for centuries. Rising between 230 and 320 meters above sea level, the southeast exposures are protected from the winds by the Montrachet slopes. Behind its pale lemon color, our Puligny-Montrachet 2017 shows a nose full of aromas of acacia and green apples, lined with notes of honeysuckle and flint. The palate confirms these flavors and reveals a wellrounded wine with good acidity. The finish is long and clean with a mineral edge, adding to the complexity of the wine. For sales inquiry please contact order@maltwineasia.com.

Chateau de Pommard Clos Marey Monge – Nicolas Joseph 2018

$134.30
Nicolas-Joseph’s 3 hectares are comprised of flat limestone rocks with red clay — yielding a fleshy, complex Pinot Noir with red fruits and sweet, silky tannins. Divided into two parts, Jeunes and Vieilles, this plot located alongside the north-eastern facade of the Château Marey-Monge displays the least calcareous soil structure in the Clos. Hand-harvested grapes, hand-sorted on a vibrating table. 100% de-stemmed, placed into stainless steel fermentation vats by gravity flow. Weeks-long maceration, minimal pumping-over and punching-down. Pressing in pneumatic press. Placed in French oak barrels for aging on fine lees. Light filtration Tasting Notes: With a deep ruby color, our Nicolas-Joseph 2018 reveals a nose marked by floral aromas of fresh and faded roses, accompanied by ripe black fruit and sweet spices. The palate confirms the aromatic profile and unveils notes of cinnamon and clove. With its relaxed tannins, this round and full-bodied Pommard can be enjoyed today, but will only reach its peak in the next decade. Recommended Serving Temperature: 16° Production: 9000 bottles

Chateau de Pommard Clos Marey Monge-75 Rangs 2018

$168.30
Thousands of years ago, an underground spring flooded the 0.85 hectare of 75 Rangs with minerals. Planted in 1962 and 1964, this plot located at the lowest topographic position in the Clos Marey-Monge benefits from shallow and limestone-rich soil that produces a Pinot Noir rich in minerals with a salty finish. The 75 rows of the eponymous plot allow us to develop a wine with a ruby color, reputed to be the backbone of our Clos Marey-Monge Monopole. Tasting Notes: Its nose reveals aromas of rose and red fruit highlighted by iodine and mineral notes. The palate is fresh and deliciously chiseled. The tannins are silky and the wine's airy side is reinforced by a singular salinity. With its saline, mineraly finish, our 75 Rangs 2018 stands out as a refined wine built for aging. Recommended Serving Temperature: 16°C "Sandalwood, rose petals and charred mesquite perfume this bottling sourced from 75 rows of vines situated in the lowest topographic position of the Clos Marey-Monge. A touch softer and richer in fruit ripeness than the producer's “Monopole” bottling, it offers plush roasted-plum and black-cherry flavors lifted by tart blackberry acidity and a chalky, salty limestone finish. Still approaching peak, the wine should drink beautifully from 2024 through 2038. " - 94 points, Wine Enthusiast

Chateau de Pommard Clos Marey Monge – Chantrerie 2018

$193.80
Some of the oldest vines in Clos Marey-Monge, Chantrerie’s 2.41hectares of marly-clay soils produce a dark, rich and deep PinotNoir with a sweet palate. Known as the spirit of our vineyard, this old Lady benefits from one of the largest internal surfaces of clay in the Côte d’Or, worthy of a Grand Cru, just behind Simone’s record. Hand-harvested grapes, hand-sorted on a vibrating table. 100% de-stemmed, placed into stainless steel fermentation vats by gravity flow. Weeks-long maceration, minimal pumping-over and punching-down. Pressing in pneumatic press. Placed in French oak barrels for aging on fine lees. Light filtration. Tasting Notes: Behind its intense ruby-purple color, our Chantrerie 2018 hides an aromatic bouquet marked by flowers and black fruits, revealing the feminine side of Pommard. On the palate, the tannins are dense and velvety. Lively and energetic, this exceptional cuvée has a long, mineral finish with saline notes. Generous and undeniably elegant, it will evolve gracefully over the coming decades. Recommended Serving Temperature: 16°C Food Pairing: Beef, Veal, Game, Poultry