Jean-Marc Brocard Chardonnay Kimmeridgien 2018, Burgundy, France

Soil consists of alternate layers of dense chalk and softer permeable clay, encrusted with marine fossils (Oestra Virgula). Vines are located in the south of Chablis AC close to the village of Saint-Cyr les Colons (south facing slopes). The mineral character of the resulting wine is typical of Chablis wines. Jean-Marc Brocard has created this Chardonnay collection to allow each soil to reveal its personality and its authenticity through Chardonnay. Age of vines: about 15 years. 5700 vines per hectare. Winemaking: Pneumatic pressing. Stainless steel fermentation with temperature control. Malolactic fermentation completed. Citrus notes on the nose with orange blossom. A very pure palate with mandarin aromas which gives it all the delicacy. A fresh wine with a very beautiful mineral energy.

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