Bourgogne Chardonnay "Les Charmes"


The vintage
19500 bottles, 180 magnums and 12 jeroboams have been produced in 2018.
This cuvée is made from grapes located in the Macôn region in southern Burgundy.
The terroir "les Charmes" is a terroir located in the east of the appellation.
The soils of Lugny wines are composed of limestone bringing freshness and a mineral structure to this cuvée while the soils of Montagny wines are more clayey, with white marl bringing roundness and density.
This terroir has a southern exposure which offers a good maturity compensated by a terroir composed mainly of limestone which offers a very nice freshness.
The south-east exposure often offers a good maturity and some exotic and citrus aromas brought by the white limestone soil. We never use wood aging to preserve the freshness and purity of this terroir.
Harvesting is manual and followed by slow pressing of 3 hours.
Aged in stainless steel tank for 14 months.
Chardonnay : 100%


Tasting notes
This wine has a pretty yellow flower and albumen-tinged bouquet that feels quite precise. The well-defined palate offers tangerine and custard creams on the entry, a fine bead of acidity and a lovely, white-chocolate-tinged finish.