This wine is from vines that are at least 70 years old, grown on a largely limestone (Portlandian) soil. It is a rich, full-bodied and generous wine with aromas of minerality and fruit, such as apricots.

Tasting notes:

  • Colour: golden yellow with a slight hint of green, vivid.
  • Nose: iodized and floral (white springtime wild flowers)
  • Palate: round and mineral with a touch of spice, or even pepper. It has a good, fully unctuous finish.

The Chablis Vieilles Vignes can be served with a 4 o’clock tea and biscuits, as an aperitif or with the meal, accompanying subtle dishes, such as langoustine or fish.