A dry and brisk wine, typical of Chablis. Brilliant yellow-green color. The aromas are reminiscent of lemon, citrus, asparagus...On the palate, the first sip offers is clear-cut and fresh impression, with a nice texture. Long on the aftertaste, with fruity as well as mineral flavors; becomes slightly
honeyed when the wine is more evolved.
Food Pairing: As an aperitif, or with shellfish such as oysters, crabmeat, lobster, or with smoked salmon and grilled fish.
"A blend from four estate vineyards cultivated organically since 1990 and under biodynamics since 1999, this captures the pure Chablisenne essence of limestone. The pale marine earthiness is balanced by succulent fresh apple flavor, deepened by leesy scents of roasted hazelnuts and gingery spice. It's broad rich and toasty, a complex young wine that will only gain with bottle age."
Wine & Spirits
"A toasty and buttery wine that is initially smooth and silky. It's only on the mid-palate that the tauter, more steely character of Chablis comes through. with fresh acidity, this easily combines both ripeness and mouthwatering crispness. "
Outstanding Burgundy; good value
Not crisp enough to go out of your way to buy. Still, a very French chard.