Terroir: The Mâconnais is the most southerly appellation in Burgundy. The grapes (of the Chardonnay variety) for this wine come from three different parcels a few hundred meters from the commune of Chardonnay.
Vinification: The grapes are all hand-picked and pressed before a 24 to 48 hour cold clarification. The clarified must ferments in large and previously used old oak vats, to preserve its purity and minerality. The wine is aged on its lees for 11 months before being bottled.
- France, Burgundy
- Emmanuel Giboulot
- Ready To Drink