A bright, pale yellow gold in the glass with aromas of toasted hazelnuts, butter, honey and stone fruits. Exceptional depth and complexity with seamless oak integration. Long, minerally-dry finish.
A brilliant golden yellow colour in the glass. A fine and delicate nose, with aromas of honey, dried fruit and vanilla from the oak. On the palate there are wonderfully ripe orchard fruits and a firm minerality.
Citrus, vanilla and hazelnut aromas on the nose. On the palate this wine is exceptionally well balanced. There are slightly exotic fruit notes intermingled with classic orchard fruit. Well integrated oak and a fine, persistent finish.
Fine mineral aromas with stone fruit notes. On the palate there is a depth of flavour expected of a grand cru, supported by decent acidity and a mineral core. Very long finish. This is Chablis at its purest...sublime.
A fine and delicate Chablis with aromas of white flowers such as acacia and hawthorn, along with ripe white peach. The palate is full and beautifully weighted exhibiting more fruit and well balanced minerality.
Bright gold with white fruit, flowers, citrus notes and toasty complexity. Fresh flavours of stone fruis with grapefruit freshness. Perfect with grilled scallops with orange beurre blanc, poultry with creamy sauce, or soft cheeses.
Characteristic pale golden colour. A seductive mineral nose with some white flower notes. Medium bodied with crisp acidity and good minerality, ending with a fruity citrus finish. A classic white Burgundy offering great value.
A fine, subtle and open bouquet with notes of ripe fruits and floral tones. Rich on the palate, this is a rounded and well-balanced wine, absolutely delicious.
The vineyards are planted exclusively with Chardonnay and produce dry white wines, clear, bright and light. Domaine bottled, this is an elegant dry white with aromas of ripe fruit and a full body giving a classic finish, perfect with smoked salmon or oysters.
Mâcon-Villages Wine in white gold dress with green hues, shiny and soft. On the nose, the aromas suggest broom, white rose, acacia, honeysuckle, fern, verbena, lemongrass, citrus. Pine, quince and fennel appear at the end of the mouth.
It is a fresh and easy-drinking wine, dry but very fruity. It has a good concentration, nuanced by a slight acidity. It can be kept for 2 to 4 years.