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Since 1865, the spirit of Mommessin has consisted of a Beaujolais soul and a Burgundian heart that define a style that is fruity, powerful and very close to its roots.

The Mommessin spirit stands out for the alliance of two winegrowing regions - Burgundy and the Beaujolais, two cultures that make our wines distinctive and appealing.

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Grape varietal

100% Chardonnay.

Tasting notes

Colour: Pale gold with silver reflections.
Nose: Very pure and with a complexity of fruit aromas (peach, melon, grapefruit), light oak, coffee & vanilla nuances and hints of nuts – almonds and coconut.
Palate: Well-balanced with a combination of citrus, light oak and white flowers. A little touch of minerality on the finish reminds us that is a Chardonnay from Burgundy.

Serving suggestions

Serve ideally at a temperature of 12°C. (54°F.).

Food and wine pairing

Ideal with charcuterie, white meats, fish and cheeses.

Ageing potential

Ready to drink now, can be kept 2-3 years.


A regional appellation, made principally from Chardonnay grapes, our Coteaux Bourguignons can be produced from vineyards throughout the Greater Burgundy area. It becomes the 101st appellation in Burgundy, created in 2011, with a name that evokes a terroir and an expertise; a wine which allows consumers to gain access to high-quality pure Burgundy wine at a modest price. It offers the wine-lover the joy of discovery, the pleasure of tasting and comparing and the opportunity to learn more about this famous region. As Gaston Roupnel would say, this new Burgundy appellation will succeed "allowing the wine-loving world to drink the health of France!".

Vinification and maturing

Full bunches of grapes are pressed; about 140 kg of grapes are required to produce 100 litres of wine. The must is vinified in temperature-controlled stainless-steel tanks enabling an alcoholic fermentation at about 18°C. As such, we conserve the maximum fruitiness and primary aromas of the Chardonnay grape. Malo-lactic fermentation took place to enable the wine to soften and prepare for bottling.