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The Chardonnay is a native grape of the Burgundy area, formerly named „Pinot Blanc”. It perfectly matches the terroir of the Burgundy: poor soil or calcareous marl, perfect exposure but a temperate climate. It is used for the production of white Burgundy wine.

Character of the wine

The Bourgogne Chardonnay is a still, dry, white wine with fruit aromas (lychee, pear). As a result of the perfect location, the sugar content can reach a high level whilst maintaining a balance of fruit and acidity. It is rapidly available for a tasting. Produced in the commune of Puligny-Montrachet, our Chardonnay is a very fine representative of the grape, noble and straight.

Serving suggestions

The Bourgogne Chardonnay accompanies appetizers, meat (sausages, ham marbling), fish in butter, shellfish and cheese (Brie, Comté, Gruyère).

It should be served at a temperature of 11 to 13°C.

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