Appellation d’origine Controlée: Chablis
Category: Communal appellation
Producing Commune: Préhy
Sourced from 1 block in Préhy. It is south facing with clay and limestone soil. Clay can be found up to 60 metres deep.
Colour and Grape Variety: White,
Pressed half de-stemmed, half whole bunch.
Long fermentation in French oak barrels.
Fermentation with a lot of lees but no batonnage to give complexity and freshness.
65% aged in French oak barrels and the rest in tank. No new oak.
No fining, and a light filtration.
Bottled in June 2011.
All operations are carried out according to the lunar calendar.
Pale straw in colour. The nose shows fine lifted lemon and grapefruit citrus aromas with mineral notes. The palate is finely structured with lemon zest flavours, herbal hints and a chalky mineral texture. It has a generous mid palate weight checked by minerally zing and subtle acidity on the finish.
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