Cote Chalonnaise 2001 Vintage

Red : AVERAGE

White : POOR

Fruit forward reds which for this cooler vintage. Better for Cote de Nuits than Cote de Beaune.
Good vintage for whites which are crisp with good mineral definition.

When to Drink Cote Chalonnaise 2001

RED
ClassificationDrinking Window
Bourgogne
Caution - wine is likely too old. Unless from a top-quality producer.
Village
Caution - wine is likely too old. Unless from a top-quality producer.
Premier Cru
Past the drinking window. Wine may have lost freshness and fruit but if well stored and from a high quality producer could still be enjoyable.
Grand Cru Drink Now
WHITE
ClassificationDrinking Window
Bourgogne
Caution - wine is likely too old. Unless from a top-quality producer.
Village
Caution - wine is likely too old. Unless from a top-quality producer.
Premier Cru
Past the drinking window. Wine may have lost freshness and fruit but if well stored and from a high quality producer could still be enjoyable.
Grand Cru
Likely just beyond its peak - wine may have lost some freshness and assumed a more aged quality