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This fleshy and precise Chassagne is drawn from six well-sited parcels across the village: La Canière, Le Chêne, Les Benoîtes, Pot Bois, En Journoblot and Les Houillères. Most of the parcels are sited below the 1er Crus, the exception being Pot Bois, which one of Chassagne’s highest vineyards, and lies above Paul Pillot’s Chassagne, Clos Saint-Jean. Les Houillères also deserves a callout, sitting, as it does, below Bâtard. The average age of the vines is 30 years. It’s an outstanding villages.
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