The Olivier Leflaive Chassagne Montrachet AC is produced using the "cuvée ronde" method blending multiple plots from throughout the appellation to produce a final blend of rich complexity. A sizable portion of the final blend is declassified 1er Cru fruit. The juice from each plot is vinified and aged separately. Primary fermentation, malolactic fermentation and aging takes place in 100% Allier oak, about 20% of which is new. The wines are aged in the cellar for a minimum of twelve months prior to racking and blending followed by another 15-18 months in bottle before release. 100% Chardonnay. Burghound said of this wine "A pungent nose of resin, citrus rind, herbal tea and apricot leads to round, delicious and reasonably well-detailed middle weight flavors that possess a clean, dry and punch finish that offers correct depth and length."