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Vines Chardonnay ( %)

Color: Bright golden yellow.
Smell: The nose is elegant and fresh with floral hints of white fruits such as apple and pear.
Taste: On the palate it is balanced, fresh and round, expressing great finesse with citrus and mineral aromas.
Food pairing: Excellent for first and second courses based on fish and shellfish, seafood and raw, vegetable dishes, white meats and slightly aged cheeses.

Villages: Beines and Chablis.
Area: 24 hectares (52.08 acres).
Age of planting: 1980.
Soil: Most of the plots are planted on sandy and clayey soils.
Exposure: West.
Annual production: 120,000 bottles
Harvest: The harvest of the Chablis plots located in Chablis begins, the plots in Beines need a few more days to reach the optimal ripeness before harvesting.
Vinification: Once the juices are in the stainless steel tanks, they first pass through 100% alcoholic fermentation activated with natural yeasts for 15-18 days at 18 °C, then through malolactic fermentation carried out at 100% thanks to natural bacteria at 20 °C for a few months.
Aging: After a manipulation of racking to extract the gross lees, the wine matures in the tank on the fine lees for at least 4 months with pumping over every week.
It is then cold filtered and bottled. This last part is done from the tank, as soon as the bottles are sold, the rest of the wine remains in the tank.

Domaine Louis Moreau

The Moreau family has been active in Chablis since 1814 and Louis represents the sixth generation today. Louis, after a long period of study and apprenticeship (he collaborated with American and French companies in California) returned to the family business, taking care of its management since 1994. Thanks to the academic training, and to the inputs related to the long family experience in the territory of Chablis, the Maison Moreau, today shows all its commitment in preserving the terroirs at its disposal with a sustainability-oriented agricultural work. Respect in the vineyard and study of the vineyards (a collaboration with other great Domaines of Burgundy is underway regarding the mass selection from the old vines) are the foundations on which the company philosophy rests; the possibility of finding multiple final expressions thanks to a park of vineyards of absolute depth is the "leitmotif" of the Moreau family. The company currently owns parcels in 5 Grand Crus and in some of the most important Premier Crus in the region. Chablis Village and Premier Cru are vinified exclusively in steel to preserve the freshness and minerality typical of the area, on the contrary the vines classified as Grand Cru are vinified with a moderate aid of oak barrels.

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