2018 Domaine Ramonet (Jean-Claude Ramonet) Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot #145446366
Based on 4 reviews on Cellartracker.com
Reviews 90 points Wine Advocate "Wafting from the glass with notes of crisp green orchard fruit, white flowers, blanched almonds and vanilla pod, the 2018 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Abbaye de Morgeot is medium-bodied, ample and succulent, with a delicate core of fruit, lively acids and moderate concentration. Giving and open-knit, like most of these 2018s, it will drink well with only a modicum of bottle age. (WK)" 91 points Burghound "Minty and overtly citrus-suffused aromas include whiffs of petrol, orange peel and white peach. There is fine volume to the relatively sleek medium weight flavors that possess a caressing yet relatively powerful mouthfeel while exhibiting good length on the dry, mildly austere and decidedly compact finish where enough warmth to mention slowly emerges. (AM)"
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About Domaine Ramonet (Jean-Claude Ramonet)
The family's passion for winemaking has been passed down through generations, with the Ramonet brothers Jean-Claude and Noël overseeing the 17-hectare property, which boasts a diverse range of vineyards from village level to Premier Cru and Grand Cru. Jean-Claude is now firmly in charge, and his children are also members of the team.
The range of Domaine Ramonet wines has grown over the years. The Montrachet arrived in 1978, and a vine swap with Domaine Chartron brought the Chevalier-Montrachet twenty years later. The estate acquired more vines in the Chassagne-Montrachet premiers crus in the early 1990s, then Bouzeron in 2011, followed by acquisitions or farming agreements in Jean-Claude Ramonet's own name, including the Clos des Caillerets in 2014.
Domaine Ramonet takes pride in its sustainable vineyard practices. They have been certified organic since 2017, use minimal intervention in their winemaking process, and believe that healthy soil and vines are essential to producing high-quality wines. The Ramonets have a special affection for the Premier Cru vineyards with which their grandfather, Pierre, made his name: Les Ruchottes in white and the Clos de la Boudriotte in Pinot Noir. The family's dedication to excellence is evident in their range of wines, most of which are considered the finest examples of Burgundy available today.