The spring in 2014 in Burgundy was mild, allowing for an excellent flowering on the vines across the region. The summer was particularly rainy, but like much of France, conditions became favourable again around mid-August. September was ideal, with beautiful, sunny weather that allowed the grapes to flourish and achieve optimal ripeness. Chardonnay from this vintage tends to display highly fruity flavours, while maintaining good balance. The Pinot Noir is bold, with good aromatic intensity.
Domaine Jean Chartron
Established in 1859, by cooper Jean-Edouard Dupard, Domaine Jean Chartron has a significant history in the region of Burgundy. The estate owns thirteen hectares throughout the region (the majority of which are Grand and Premier Crus), with heart of the domaine based in Puligny-Montrachet. The average age for the vines of the estate is 40 years, and all the harvests are done by hand. Herbicides and chemical pesticides are never used in the vineyards, and everything is operated organically.Discover Jean Chartron 2014 (UK) Discover Jean Chartron 2014 (HK)
Explore the below sampling of Jean Chartron 2014 wines
The Chardonnay grapes, grown on a beautiful clay-limestone soil, give this wine the excellent mineral structure that made its reputation. The vines are on average 40 years, and the harvest is conducted manually with greatest respect to the environment.Discover Montrachet Grand Cru 2014 En Primeur (UK) Discover Montrachet Grand Cru 2014 En Primeur (HK)
At the top of the hill of Montrachet, this parcel enjoys an idyllic microclimate, perfect for growing Chardonnay vines. Fermented in oak barrels and aged on lees, it gives off subtle notes of white flowers.Discover “Clos des Cheveliers” 2014 En Primeur (UK) Discover “Clos des Chevaliers” 2014 En Primeur (HK)
Located mid-slope, this plot offers Chardonnay vines beautiful sun exposure. The clay and limestone soil, combined with the fermentation in oak and aging on lees, delivers a vintage characterised by minerality and floral fragrances.Discover “Folatières” 2014 En Primeur (UK) Discover “Folatières” 2014 En Primeur (HK)