The wine is made from grapes from selected vineyards throughout the Bourgogne appellation, primarily in the Saône-et-Loire, Côte de Beaune and Yonne.
SoilThough the terroirs are very diverse, all of the soils are a mix of clay and limestone. The vines are planted in a north-south axis with varying exposure to the sun and at varying altitudes. These factors all contribute to this wine’s aromatic complexity.
Grape variety100 % Chardonnay.
VinificationVinification takes place at 20°C in temperature-controlled tanks to preserve all of the freshness and aromas of this varietal. The wine is aged primarily in vats on the lees with stirring for 10 to 12 months.
RobeBeautiful straw yellow in colour with silvery highlights.
NoseFresh and fruity, giving a delectable impression with notes of stone fruit, such as plum and peach.
PalateStarts off smooth, with nice balance. Long on the palate with a touch of limestone on the finish.
Serve withThis wine’s wide range of aromas and flavours will shine through when paired with seafood, fish in sauce or simply prepared white meats, for example: tagliatelle with Scottish salmon in an anise emulsion, chicken stewed with grapes and onions, or breaded veal scallops with mushrooms. Mountain cheeses are also an excellent match.
Serve atServe between 10 and 12°C.
Cellaring potentialEnjoy while young and fruity or lay down for 3 to 5 years.