Domaine Hubert & Olivier Lamy, Chassagne Montrachet, la Goujonne (rouge) 2017

Appellation: Chassagne Montrachet

Region: Burgundy

Country: France

Color: Red

Varietal(s): Pinot Noir

About The Producer

The Lamys are a family of winegrowers that have been in Saint-Aubin since 1640. In 1973 Hubert Lamy created the estate, which at the time, was 7 ha. A new winery was built in 1980 and the it was further enlarged in 2002. Olivier, his son, joined Herbert in 1998. The estate now operates 18.5 ha of which 10.8 ha are located in 1er Crus in the communes of Saint-Aubin, Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet and Santenay.

Terroir & Vineyard Practices:

This comes from 1.06 ha parcel of 60+ year-old vines. Clay and deep soil. No fertilizer, but soil amendments as needed.

Tasting Notes

Beautiful dark ruby color. Black fruits on nose, with a freshness. Rich and fat on the palate mouth with good tannins.


Manual harvesting. Sorted and 100% de-stemmed. Fermentation and maceration for about 20 days. No chaptalization. Wines set in so the wood does not dominate. MLF in casks. Wine moved using compressed air. Bottling (by gravity) after 15 months.


  • (89-91) points - "Top Producer" - Burghound: "(from a 1.06 ha parcel planted in 1950) This too is quite aromatically fresh with more pepper influence on the pretty mix of red currant and airy floral nuances. There is equally good vibrancy and detail to the lighter weight flavors where the relatively sleek texture contrasts somewhat with the dusty, serious and moderately structured finale. This is really quite good and worthy of consideration. Drink 2025+."- Allen Meadows, Burghound
  • (88-90) points - Wine Advocate: "From seventy-year-old vines, the 2017 Chassagne-Montrachet La Goujonne bursts from the glass with a perfumed bouquet of crunchy red fruits and flowers. On the palate, the wine is medium-bodied, succulent and flavorful, with a light structuring chassis of youthfully chewy tannin and a mouthwatering finish."- William Kelley, Wine Advocate