|Article number:||Chavy Martin Puligny-Montrachet 17|
|Availability:||In stock (2)|
The Chavy family has had roots in Puligny for almost 200 years. They started bottling their own wines in 1976, after years of selling grapes to négociants. In 2003, after a family dispute, the Domaine Gerard Chavy et Fils estate was dissolved, and brothers Jean-Louis and Alain Chavy went their separate ways, each determined to build his own legacy. Alain is the owner of Domaine Chavy-Martin and has some pretty incredible vineyard holdings, living up to the prestige of his family’s name. His Puligny-Montrachet is bone dry with bold structure and moderate acidity, with well-integrated oak and notes of orchard fruits. It is well-balanced and ready to drink today, but has great ageing potential.