Tasting Note: Yellow gold brilliant robe, with beautiful green reflections. Beautiful aromas of honey and candy. In the mouth, we get the same aromas, with a mineral touch, typical of the Chablis wines, with a lengthy finish.
Food Matching: This Chablis pairs well with oysters, seafood or escargots. Also goes well with goat cheese or Gruyere.
Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay.
Terrior: The Chablis vineyard spreads on hillsides rich in limestone, in the north of Burgundy. Here we have a continental climate hot in the summer and very cold in the winter, with lots of spring frosts. The soils are mainly limestone marls, which give Chablis wines a good minerality and sharpness
Geology: The soils are mainly limestone marls, which give Chablis wines a good minerality and sharpness.
Vinification: Manual harvesting with grape sorting before the vinification. Fermentation and maturation in stainless steel tanks, to preserve the liveliness of this wine.