Chateau de Chamilly Montagny Les Bassets has a pale gold color. Fragrances of honeysuckle mixed with aromas of citrus fruit. Well-structured with a delicate minerality. Dense with a tight texture leading to a refreshing aftertaste. To drink as an aperitif, with veal in white sauce as well as seafood - steamed or poached crustaceans, noble fish (plain fried, grilled, or steamed). It also goes well with paëlla or with goat cheeses, Beaufort, Comté, Emmental and Saint-Paulin.
Built in the 17th century, Château de Chamilly stands in the heart of a green valley situated to the north of the Côte Chalonnaise, near Beaune. The Desfontaine family, winegrower and farmer for 12 generations, bought it in the 19th century. Louis Desfontaine and his wife Véronique worked passionately to create a real benchmark on the Côte Chalonnaise.