MÂCON CHAINTRÉ

2015 Pierres Polies Domaine Daniel Barraud

Grapes Chardonnay
Colour White
Origin France, Burgundy
District Mâconnais
Village Mâcon Chaintré
ABV 14%

Ripe fig, melon and peach, touch creamy, palate is generous lots of ripe fruit weight, peach and melon, citrus freshness, touch of soft butter, very immediate. L&S (Nov 2016)

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The 2015 Mâcon Chaintré Les Pierres Polies, one-third matured in stainless steel and the rest in barrel for ten months, has a fragrant bouquet with apricot blossom and light Granny Smith aromas. The palate is fresh on the entry with crisp acidity, good weight and a smear of dried honey furnishing the finish. This was one cru that I found myself wanting a bit more, perhaps that edginess the 2014 would have bestowed. Drinking range: 2018 - 2025 Rating: 88 Neal Martin, www.robertparker.com (Sep 2017)

Simple, balanced and neutral. Fleshy texture. Fulfils the basic style remit. Drinking range: 2016 - 2017 Rating: 15 Richard Hemming - www.JancisRobinson.com (Jan 2017)

(aged in two-thirds foudre and the remainder in stainless). A ripe and ever-so-mildly exotic nose features mostly fresh aromas of white orchard fruit and citrus nuances. There is good vibrancy to the fruity and delicious middle weight flavors that possess good density on the easy-to-like, round and balanced finish. 2017+ Rating: 86-88 Allen Meadows, www.Burghound.com (Dec 2016)

Domaine Daniel Barraud

Daniel and Martine Barraud's vineyards have been in the family since 1890 and with their son Julien now helping to run the domaine - they represent the fifth generation of the family to be making wine here. Most of their 8.5 hectares vines are in Vergisson and are mostly high up under the famous rock (Vergisson lies between the two dramatic cliffs of the rocks of Solutré and Vergisson).

The vineyards here are significantly higher than those of Fuissé, and consequently later-ripening, and the wines often have a more solid structure - but all Daniel's wines have their own character, from the Puligny-like directness of the La Roche to the fat, almost California-like 'en Buland', via the mineral force of the Crays.

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