Domaine Hubert & Olivier Lamy, Chassagne Montrachet, le Concis du Champs 2017

Appellation: Chassagne Montrachet

Region: Burgundy

Country: France

Color: White

Varietal(s): Chardonnay

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 a plot of .93 ha in deep clay soil woth east-southeast exposure. No fertilizer, but soil ammendments as needed.

Tasting Notes

Yellow-green in color, this wine has a fine and subtle nose that blossoms with fresh yellow fruit aromas. It has remarkable balance between maturity and freshness. The finish has a beautiful mineral length with finesse.


Manual harvesting with gentle pressing by a pneumatic press. No settling. Chaptalization if need be. Fermentation in casks (300 L) and Demi muits (600l). Temperature control in barrels. Very long fermentation: 90 days. MLF in casks. Wine moved using compressed air. Light filtration. Bottling (by gravity) after 17 months.


  • (89-91) points - Burghound: "A distinctly different aromatic profile is composed of resin, rosemary oil, petrol and a whiff of the exotic. The round, rich and seductively textured medium-bodied flavors possess more volume but not the same minerality, all wrapped in a lingering if again mildly rustic finish. Good quality here. Drink 2024+."- Allen Meadows, Burghound
  • (89-91) points - Wine Advocate: "Aromas of lime zest, mandarin orange, honey and white flowers introduce the 2017 Chassagne-Montrachet Le Concis du Champs, a satiny, medium-bodied wine with tangy acids, a layered mid-palate and a bright, pure finish."- William Kelley, Wine Advocate