Château de Beru

Montserre Chablis Chardonnay

9.414 ratings
9.43 pro ratings
Chablis, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
Duck, Shellfish, Goose, Mushrooms, Manchego & Parmesan, Game, Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chicken, Turkey, Cheddar & Gruyere, Meaty & Oily Fish, White Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Cream Sauces
Top Notes For
Vinny Eng

In a league of her own, Athénaïs!

In a league of her own, Athénaïs!

Dec 26th, 2018
Sylvia Bednarz

Get out.

Get out.

Feb 16th, 2018
Chris Scanlan

Sales Amy Atwood Imports

9.4

Stellar. Acid is singing, but it’s tempered by a slight oxidation. Peanut oil oxidation. Viscous and acidic and textured with mineral laces. It’s got ripping acid for a 15. And no sulfur. Really good.

Stellar. Acid is singing, but it’s tempered by a slight oxidation. Peanut oil oxidation. Viscous and acidic and textured with mineral laces. It’s got ripping acid for a 15. And no sulfur. Really good.

Feb 16th, 2018
tina park

at winter offsite with miya 2019

at winter offsite with miya 2019

Jan 25th, 2019
Zack Hall

Dynamite

Dynamite

Dec 3rd, 2018
Al Doyle

Pretty hard to fault this: if you like shining, oily lemons and architectural minerality up front, buttery mid-palette richness, and bitterness bringing up the rear, then this is kind of a perfect wine. Takes just a few minutes to get slightly off chill and warm to its theme. No sulphur.

Pretty hard to fault this: if you like shining, oily lemons and architectural minerality up front, buttery mid-palette richness, and bitterness bringing up the rear, then this is kind of a perfect wine. Takes just a few minutes to get slightly off chill and warm to its theme. No sulphur.

Sep 12th, 2018
Sarah O'Kelley

Bright is the dominant word I would use to describe this wine. It shimmers in the glass and on the palate. It speaks of just picked Meyer lemons with a hint of sea spray and of course that core of minerality. I had high hopes when I opened this bottle, and they were surpassed. Paired with a thrown together version of shrimp and grits, this wine brought smiles to our faces and lit up the room with its incredible prettiness.

Bright is the dominant word I would use to describe this wine. It shimmers in the glass and on the palate. It speaks of just picked Meyer lemons with a hint of sea spray and of course that core of minerality. I had high hopes when I opened this bottle, and they were surpassed. Paired with a thrown together version of shrimp and grits, this wine brought smiles to our faces and lit up the room with its incredible prettiness.

Mar 19th, 2018
Nathan F

Chablis Montserre, no sulphur, lots of love.

Chablis Montserre, no sulphur, lots of love.

Oct 30th, 2016
Dylan D

Dylan had this 2 years ago

Dylan had this 2 years ago

Dec 3rd, 2018
Saxaphonst

Saxaphonst had this 2 years ago

Saxaphonst had this 2 years ago

Apr 28th, 2018