A mineral Chardonnay!
The Chablis vineyard is unique in Burgundy and exhibits very distinctive characteristics. The soil, which ranges in color from white to light gray, is composed of marl and limestone marl from the Upper Jurassic. For this village appellation, the grapes were harvested in demarcated areas of 17 villages including the village of Chablis. This appellation covers 3,425 hectares and is the largest AOC in Burgundy.
We have selected a cuvée from several plots from the south-central part of the appellation: Chablis, Chichée, Courgis and Bergu.
Grape variety: chardonnay
Soils: Jurassic clay-limestone.
Pruning: Guyot system