Since the seventeenth century, BADER-MIMEUR family, for more than ten generations, has owned and managed vines in and around Chassagne-Montrachet, especially in the Côte de BEAUNE. Today, Nathalie has taken over from her parents Marie-Pierre BADER-FOSSIER and Alain FOSSIER, continuing the family traditions.
Both the Chassagne-Montrachet red and white are hand harvested, aged in oak, for 10 to 20 months depending on the nature of the wine.
The Chassagne Montrachet white is described as "Clear clear gold color, very frank nose, floral notes, sweet spices, nice intensity, very frank attack with a lot of volume and expression, freshness and aroma in a delicate spicy atmosphere., by Gilbert and Gaillard, rating it 90/100. It can be easily paired to seafoods and chicken alike.
The Chassagne Montrachet received an 89/100 from Gilbert and Gaillard describing it as
"Intense ruby color, purple hues. Racy nose, cherry, fine spices, floral dimension. Soft attack, fresh mouth, ample, well connected, firm, with perfumes charming net and precise, harmonious whole. We are already enjoying.” This elegant and feminine wine, is best paired with red meats, or soft fermented meats.