petit-chablis

 

This wine is generally made from grapes that have been harvested on the plateaux, on a slightly clayey soil. This results in a soft and light, but relatively dry, wine. Prolonged aging would only cause it to lose its youthful characteristics. It can be aged from 2 to 5 years.

Tasting notes:

  • Colour: vivid, light gold yellow, with a slight hint of green.
  • Nose: expressive, white flowers tending towards iodine.
  • Palate: rounded with a touch of minerality, soft with good length of finish.

This well-expressed wine, that is pleasant on the palate, can be enjoyed straight away.

It can be drunk at any time of the day, particularly as an aperitif or with lunch. It is a perfect match for ‘charcuterie’ pâtés and deli meats, as well as a number of cooked dishes. Serve at between 10 and 12°C.