This is a remarkable limestone terroir, with enough marl and clay for the Chardonnay grape variety to have found its chosen soil. With its beautiful fruity length and fullness on the palate, it appeals to fine food and tender flesh.
Serving temperature: 12°C
It is best served with pan-fried river fish, sea fish in white sauce or hot shellfish. It goes very well with cooked cheese such as Comté. It will honour beautiful poultry in cream sauce. It can also be drunk as an aperitif.