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Chablis Grand Cru Blanchot

Chablis Grand Cru Blanchot

    • Geological characteristics

      Its exposure to early morning sunshine does not allow it to benefit from direct sunlight, but the steep slope and its very sheltered location make it, paradoxically, a rather warm "climat", that ripens in tranquillity. Our parcel situated on the final upper third of the Blanchots comprises white top soil of Portlandian influence and Kimmeridgian rock sub-soil.

    • Viticulture

      Balanced approach pest control. Soils maintained via regular ploughing.

    • Vinification

      Pneumatic pressing. Natural enzymatic settling for 12 to 24 hours at around 15°C then fermentation with indigenous yeasts in stainless steel vats.
      Systematic malolactic fermentation followed by assemblage after 8 to 10 months. Fining if necessary, light filtration and bottling.

    • Tasting / Food parings

      A discreet wine, it is characterized by a very delicate side with notes of white flowers and chalk. In a cold year, the chalky aspect disappears to the benefit of oyster shell notes. The palate remains very pure and refined with a sensation of spring water mingled with very salt air flavours, as if by the seaside... Even if this purity can be appreciated from its early years, it is only after 7 to 10 years that it imposes its entire Chablis dimension. It will be ideal with good cold meats or regional cheeses.

    • Location

      Facing east

    • Surface area

      0.1665 hectare

    • Grape variety


    • Average age of vines

      40 years

    • Annual production

      800 bottles

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