Grapes for this regional appellation from the Mâconnais are harvested in 7 villages. The vineyards are planted with Chardonnay grapes and cover a surface area of 558 hectares.
Clay-limestone soil dating back to the Jurassic Era allows for the full expression of the Chardonnay grape.
Vinification takes place in wooden vats and is followed by 10 to 14 months ageing in barrels with a proportion of 20% new oak.
COLOUR: Pale gold tinged with green.
NOSE: When young, aromas of white-fleshed fruit open up to notes of white blossoms. Once the wine has aged, the aromas are of hazelnut, toasted almond, honey and flint.
PALATE: Dry, yet round, soft and fruity.
Enjoy with starters, cold meats, oysters, shellfish, fish or frogs’legs.
Between 10° and 12°C.
From 3 to 8 years.