Jean Francois Protheau, Montagny 1erCru 'Les Bouchots' 2017, France
This Montagny has roundness and delicacy. The complex nose finely combines the aromas of the barrel (toasted, roasted) with yellow fruits (mirabelle plum, peach) and lemon. A find a wood like a thread and an enveloping fresh mouth that ends on a very original peppery notes.
|Food Pairing||Cheese, Fish, Seafood, Shellfish, Pasta|
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The property of Jean François Protheau is about 10 hectares in the long Chalonnaise, in the south of Burgundy. The appellations count Rully, Mercurey and Montagny
The Jean-François Protheau estate, located at Mercurey, has belonged since 2002 to the Jean-Baptiste Béjot Murisaltian house of Vincent Sauvestre. The high quality of this Montagny is due to its size, its roundness and its delicacy. The complex nose finely combines the aromas of the barrel (toasted, roasted) with yellow fruits (mirabelle plum, peach) and lemon. We find the wood like a red thread throughout the tasting, in an enveloping and fresh mouth that ends on a very original peppery notes.