Rully Village Montmorin 2015 from Jean Chartron : a nice and fruity white wine
The Rully Village Montmorin by Jean Chartron is a 100% Chardonnay white wine produced in the Rully Village appellation. The vines are planted in clay and limestone soils. Fermentation is done in oak barrels (10% new and 90% from 1 to 5 previous uses). The wine is then aged in casks on fine lees for 8 months and finished for 4 months in vats before bottling.
Displaying a lime-yellow colour at the tasting, the Rully Village Montmorin 2015 of Jean Chartron reveals smoky, woody aromas from its ageing, accompanied by notes of dried fruits. This wine reveals on the palate tasty touches of white fruits, such as pear and nectarine. This wine is to be consumed as young as possible, but can easily be enjoyed until 2020.
This comment is intended to describe the general profile of the wine at one given moment. Note that over time, the wine (which necessarily evolves in the bottle) may develop other organoleptic qualities.
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2015 Rully Montmorin, located at the top of the slope and at 3.5 hectares, Jean Chartron's largest cuvée, has a strict, granitic bouquet with light fumé scents emerging with a few swirls of the glass. The palate is fresh on the entry with hints of lychee and dried pineapple. There is good weight and presence here for a Rully, subtle resin on the finish. This is worth seeking out.