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Vines Chardonnay (100 %)

Color: Pale gold with silvery reflections.
Smell: Slightly held in opening with notes of very small spicy white fruits. Upon aeration, a lightly grilled fine mineral intensity is accompanied by a floral note.
Taste: Full-bodied, fresh and pure in the mouth with an elegant mineral definition. Great potential for the future. Long finish. A nice example of Chablis.
Food pairing: Ideal for fish and shellfish dishes, fresh cheeses, delicate white meats, raw seafood and sushi.

Soil: Upper and middle Kimmeridgiano. Alternation of limestone and marl with fossilized Exogyra0.
Plant density: from 5,500 to 6,500 plants / ha.
Production areas: In the villages of Beines, Béru, Chablis, La Chapelle Vaupelteigne, Chemilly sur Serein, Chichée, Collan, Courgis, Fleys, Fontenay, Lignorelles, Ligny le Châtel, Maligny, Poilly, Préhy, Saint Cyr les Colons, Viviers and Villy. Various exhibitions.
Average age of the vines: 35 years.
Vinification: Cold settling before fermentation. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in stainless steel tanks and barrels.
Aging: 14 months on the fine lees, in tanks and barrels.

La Chablisienne

The history of La Chablisienne began in 1923 when some vignerons from Chablis decided to join forces to cope with the economic difficulties of the time, thus creating the area's social cellar. Chablis is located halfway between Paris and Beaune and its vineyards extend over 20 municipalities, for a total area of ​​4,700 hectares. The 300 members of La Chablisienne own 25% of all the vineyards of the AOC. Such a large number of members implies the need to have a valid and wide team of technicians, who can support and make each supplier understand the spirit of the cellar. Therefore, each vigneron must follow and respect the dictates of the agronomic team, in order to guarantee the best possible quality of the grapes. This takes place through rigorous checks at the time of arrival of the grapes in the cellar, acquiring a higher value the closer they come to the standards required by the internal regulations. The strong desire to have quality as its primary objective prompted the Maison to purchase Château Grenouilles in 1999, with its important heritage of vineyards in the Grand Cru Grenouilles. It is the only Château within the Grand Cru: the importance of its vineyards is such that it is considered the most suitable of all those of the seven Grand Crus. The Chablisienne makes twenty-one cuvée, covering the four denominations of the area, but only the best are selected and bottled in the important bottle called "Sommelier", which contains only wines from the oldest vineyards. In order not to distort the typical and strongly mineral character of Chablis wines, great attention is paid to the use of the wood in aging. The new barrels are present in small quantities and are used only for the Grand Cru. Second and third passage wood is used instead on the 1er cru and the cuvée vieilles vignes of Chablis.

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