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The name Antonin Rodet has been rhyming with Mercurey in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise since 1875, when the house was founded by Antoine Rodet, known as Antonin. The Clos Rodet, a 17th Century bourgeois mansion situated in the heart of the village, is embodying the House’s historical heart, cellar and values. For decades, the visionary Rodet family did not hesitate to invest in one of the oldest terroirs in Burgundy and contributed to the business development of the House, brought the Rodet signature into international markets and enhanced its reputation to become a reference in Mercurey and far beyond the native region. Antonin Rodet Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines contributed to the international renown of the House whose consecration came with an award at the Universal Exhibition in 1900. Of noble character and fully expressive after traditional winemaking, the House wines reflect their origins with great purity.

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The prestigious village of Chassagne-Montrachet is the southernmost village in the Côte de Beaune and the great white wines of Burgundy. This appellation is bordered to the south by Santenay and to the north by Puligny-Montrachet, producing both white and red wines.

Chassagne-Montrachet shares the Montrachet appellation, the Prince of white crus, with Puligny-Montrachet. An average of 8,000 hectolitres of Chardonnay is harvested every year.

Grape variety

100% Chardonnay.


Alternating calcareous, pebbly, marly and sandy soils. South-east facing, on gentle slopes, at an altitude between 220 and 330m.

Wine and food pairing

This wine is perfect served with poached turbot and beurre blanc, Bresse chicken with a cream sauce, eel, smoked salmon, trout with almonds, shellfish and veal sweetbreads.  It is also an ideal match for Japanese mochi. Try it with foie gras or, for an original flavour combination, duck à l’orange.

Ageing potential

This great white Burgundy can be kept in the cellar up to 10 years.

Serving temperature

Serve ideally at a temperature of around 14°C. (55°F.).