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Certified Organic, Sustainable, Practising Biodynamic


Founded in the mid-18th century, this family-owned estate is one of the most historic in the Côte d’Or, with ninth generation Etienne de Montille now at its helm. Etienne inherited this responsibility from his late father, Hubert, who took over the domaine when it had shrunk from 12 to just 2.5 hectares. Previously, the family had sold off vineyards in Musigny, Bonnes Mares and Chambolle-Musigny. Hubert’s tenure lasted a staggering 50 years. While 90% of the region’s production was sold to négociants, he gained fame for his estate-bottled, long-lived and characterful wines.


Montille’s `Le Clos du Château` is a five-hectare vineyard located within the walls of the castle of Puligny. Soils here are predominantly comprised of clay. The domaine has practised organic viticulture since 1995 and was certified organic in 2012. Since 2005 it has also converted to biodynamic viticulture.


This wine boasts exuberantly fresh aromas of lemon rind and white orchard fruit, with a generous mouthfeel thanks to the clay soils. The palate is fresh and expressive, displaying ripe stone fruit flavours balanced by bright acidity and a persistent finish.


£42.95 per bottle

Domaine de Montille Le Clos du Puligny-Montrachet, Burgundy,- CASE OF 6 BOTTLE

75 Centiliters
  • 13%

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