The cellaring chardonnay of the east-facing cellar.
Terroir, production method and maturation: The vines used for wine are about 40-55 years old and grow on a plot of 2 hectares facing east. The shelter is located at an altitude of 230 meters and the vine planting density is 8500 vines/hectare. The grapes are picked by hand and the wine ferments spontaneously. Malolactic fermentation is allowed. The wine matures 80% in steel tanks and 20% in oak barrels for 11 months, and it is not clarified during bottling. 40 mg/l of sulfur dioxide is added to the wine during bottling.
Use: As a partner for light fish and herbal sauces.
Description: The aroma is rich and slightly toasty, as well as youthful citrus. The dry taste is sophisticatedly elegant, fresh, and still a little shy, promising the wine a long life.