Vineyards of the Cote de Beaune. The vineyards of Puligny-Montrachet are located to the east on a slight slope, at an altitude of 230-360 m. “Les Perriéres” is an old name that comes from the word “pierres” (= stones). Many places on the Côte d'or have kept this appellation. This could refer to a quarry where the quarry workers were called "perrier". The soil on which the grapes grow is stony, limestone and clay.
Country of origin: France
Region of origin: Burgundy
Wine type: White wine
Quality level: AOC
Aroma: Floral scents (white blossoms, honeyed tip)
Taste: full and structured
Food recommendation: When young, it goes well with sole fillet, freshwater fish, laminated veal brie. When ripe, it complements the richest and most sophisticated dishes, such as lobster, monkfish, grilled turbot, pike.
Drinking time: from 2025
Grape varieties: 100% Chardonnay
Serving temperature: 11-12 ° C
Storage recommendation: 10 years or more
Contents: 750 ml
Company: Maison Jomain, 1 rue de l'Abreuvoir, 21190 Puligny-Montrachet, FR
Alcohol content: 13.0% vol.
Contains sulfites: Yes