Domaine Guy Amiot’s parcel of Chassagne-Montrachet Les Caillerets is divided into two equal sectors, one planted in 1940, the other in 1970. The limestone-scented 2002 is a dense, medium-bodied effort with a deep, intense, concentrated, and powerful, fleshy character. Loads of slate, stone, and pear flavors vie for the taster’s attention in this outstanding white Burgundy’s complex core.
IronGate.Wine is delighted to present the first tranche of a very fine Burgundian cellar from Toronto. It came to us from a fervent collector who took pride in his meticulously kept bottles and was always very acquainted with his investments in the region. His entire collection was professionally stored in Canada. While it is challenging to see his wines for sale, it is because he is relocating to Beaune permanently to live among the vines and terroir.