Chablis Grand Cru
Appellation Grand Cru
Clay and Limestone
Average age of the vines
15-18 months in oak barrels on fine lees
Positioned in between the Grand Crus of Valmur and Preuses, the Vaudésir vineyard nestles on a very steep hillside which has light and less calcareous soils. People say that this vineyard produces the most Chablis of Chablis: bright and crisp in its youth, it evolves more rapidly than a "Les Clos" for example and can be both aromatic and very round.
Tasting and food pairings
It has a subtle bouquet, floral and lightly wooded. Elegant, long in the mouth and ethereal, it has a generously aromatic and refined palate. Probably one of the more charming Grand Crus of Chablis.
Serving suggestions: Grilled fish or white meats with or without sauce.