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Vintage Chart for Côte Chalonnaise

2018 **Wet start to year was followed by dry, warm summer right through harvest, giving good sized crop of high quality.
2017*Large crop in Burgundy including Côte Chalonnaise, but smaller crop in Mâcon. Quality is very good but not exceptional.
2016 **Attractive vintage in restrained style.
2015 ***Lovely vintage for reds, very generous, whites are supple and flavorful.
2014 **The wines are lively, with good weight and freshness.
2013 Cold growing season was difficult, but some improvement in September allowed decent harvest for wines that will be good rather than great.
2012 *Erratic conditions led to low yields of both reds and whites, but quality is surprisingly good.
2011 Difficulties in getting to ripeness make this the least successful vintage of the decade to date.
2010 **Reds are tight. Whites show good acidity in a leaner style than 2009
2009 ***Reds and whites are both rich, ripe and opulent.
2008 Difficult vintage with problems of rain and humidity. Reds show high acidity, whites are on the fresh side.

For older vintages see Southern Burgundy & Beaujolais or Vintages


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