Criots-Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru
Criots was named in 1919 because the owner wanted to give a new name to his south facing, warmer parcel than Batard. More elegant, charming style ready to drink sooner than the other Grand Crus. It is the only Grand Cru entirely located in Chassagne, and is the smallest white Grand Cru in Burgundy.
Clay-Limestone, steeper, rockier, and sunnier than Bâtard
Vines planted inPlanted between 1930 and 1979
Vineyard size0,33 ha
Temperature controlled native yeasts, fermentation in stainless steel.
Elevage11 months in new and used barrels (1/3 new oak, 1/3 2 years, 1/3 3 years)
Harvest typeHand Harvested
Fining/FilteringFined (casein and bentonite) and slightly filtered before bottling