Located in the village of Puligny-Mntrachet, Domaine Jean Chartron has a history that dates back to 1859. The Domaine has excellent vineyard holdings throughout the region from village to pPremier Cru and Grand Cru. Vineyards are farmed organically, no herbicides, nor chemical pesticides are used. Harvest is all done by hand and they rigorously select for each appellation. Alcoholic fermentation lasts about 6 to 8 weeks. It is quickly followed by the malolactic fermentation, during which the wines are lightly stirred ("bâtonnés"). The percentage of new oak barrels varies between 10 to 40%, with an average of 5 years of use for the whole number of barrels.
Once the malolactic fermentation is achieved, the wines are racked and aged in barrels in cold cellars for a period of 8 to 12 months. Wine Spectator scored this 90 points saying "There's plenty of structure supporting the lemon cake, floral and light herb flavors, with a slightly austere profile. Remains long and complex, building to a spice-tinged finish. Best from 2017 through 2023."