Albert Bichot Chablis Grand Cru Moutonne 2010

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Chablis
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France - Other regions

Winemaker's Notes

Beautifully clear golden-green robe with very bright reflections. The nose shows fleshy fruit (peach, nectarine) with discreet citrus
and floral notes (jasmine, violet). The mouthfeel is ample and generous with a very distinct minerality due to the
micro-terroir. Immense freshness, with light and supple woody hints and an exceptional persistence.

About the Region

The northernmost wine region of Burgundy, Chablis produces its own unique white wines, 100 percent chardonnay (other white grapes are grown in the region, but the wines they yield must be labeled with the generic Bourgogne appellation), and often considered to be a particularly pure expression of that grape's varietal character. The best of the vineyards are designated as grand cru (they are Bougros, Les Preuses, Vaudésir, Grenouilles, Valmur, Les Clos, and Blanchot), and there are another 40 premier cru wines, including Montée de Tonnerre, Montmain, Fourchaume, and Vaillons. The wines are known for good acidity and for a mineral or flinty character called goût de pierre à fusil, or gunflint.