Harvested on the heights of the Chablisien, it is a frank and very fresh wine, to be drunk young (one to four years) at a temperature of 10°. You will serve it as an aperitif, with a dish of charcuterie, or with shellfish.
The Portlandian terroirs are located at the top of the hill or on the beginning of the plateau. Limestone soils or sometimes silty and sandy soils. Mainly between 230 and 280 meters above the sea level, with various exposures.
Potentiel de garde
8°C à l’apéritif / 9 à 10°C à table
In stainless steel tanks to respect the characteristics of the Chablis terroir and allow all its minerality to express itself. Natural malolactic fermentation. Cold storage in an isothermal tank to promote the precipitation of tartaric acid. Light filtration on Kieselguhr to naturally clarify the wine.
Golden dress. Fine and intense nose with aromas of white flowers (hawthorn, acacia) and citrus fruits (lemon, grapefruit) on a mineral bachkground (flint, gunflint). And also peach and white fruits. Balanced, lively and light on the palate with a good attack that continues with a pleasant roundness.
Seafood, oysters, fish and white meats.