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Domaine de Montille - AOC Bourgogne Blanc "Clos du Château" 2018 Domaine de Montille - AOC Bourgogne Blanc "Clos du Château" 2018

Domaine de Montille - AOC Bourgogne Blanc "Clos du Château" 2018

Zesty and long-lasting: A delight for the senses.

Single Bottle:

In stock



Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:12.9%



Tasting Notes

Domaine de Montille, nestled in Volnay's heart in Burgundy, stands as a beacon of wine excellence since the 18th century. Revered for its age-worthy wines that epitomize Burgundian terroir, the estate masterfully blends tradition with innovation, preserving the region's rich winemaking legacy. The Bourgogne Le Clos du Château opens with a discreet zesty bouquet punctuated by secondary notes. Perfectly balanced, it embraces an enveloping texture, and delivers a persistent finish. It is a particularly refined wine for a simple Burgundy, a notch above the classic Chardonnay Burgundy.

Technical Info

Brand:Domaine de Montille


Organic Certification:Ecocert - FR-BIO-01; Document 21/7185/1146892

Country of Origin:France

Serving Temperature:10-12°C

Bottle Produced:28650

Wine Ageing:4-6 Months in Stainless-Steel Tanks

Winemaking Style:Traditional

Winemaking:After a slight settling, the musts are intoned in barrels mainly of 600 liters and also of 228 L where the alcoholic and malolactic fermentation takes place.

Viticulture:This vineyard spans approximately 5 hectares, situated at the base of the Château de Puligny-Montrachet and completely enclosed.

Food Pairing:Lobster risotto, Chicken and asparagus risotto, Smoked salmon fettuccine, Orange ginger roast chicken, Lobster roll, BBQ spatchcock, Butterflied spatchcock rosemary thyme & sage.

Taste Profile


Full Body





Tannins (Bitterness)


Domaine de Montille

Domaine de Montille boasts a legacy dating back to the early 18th century. However, its modern renaissance began in 1947 when, at the tender age of 17, Hubert de Montille took the reins due to his father's passing. By 1951, the domain was under his full stewardship. The next chapter commenced as Etienne, Hubert's son, began to immerse himself in the family's wine endeavors. Since 1990, Etienne's influence has been pivotal, propelling the domaine's stature skyward. Strategic vineyard acquisitions expanding their holdings in the Côte d’Or. With a forward-thinking spirit, Etienne pioneered the shift to organic cultivation in 1995, culminating in a full commitment to biodynamics a decade later. While Hubert's wines echoed patience and introspection, Etienne's craftsmanship embodies vibrancy and immediacy. This evolution stems from meticulous vineyard management, judicious yield control, renouncing chemical fertilizers, keen monitoring of ripeness, and precision in winemaking.

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