Appearance: The colour is discreet, brilliant and limpid. Light gold, often tending towards pale yellow, with emerald highlights.
Nose: Aromas of white fruit, peach, apricot and apple mingle with those of lime blossom and acacia. Very fresh, the mineral notes stand out.
Palate: Dry, lively and light, roundness and distinction are the common features of all the Grands Crus in the appellation. Incisive yet generous, these wines have a fine, lingering finish that is best reserved for gourmet dishes. The palate is fine, light and crystalline, with a lovely acidic backbone. The whole remains mineral and iodised, characteristic of the Chablis vineyards. The finish is persistent, with a fine balance between richness and freshness.
Ageing potential: 5 to 10 years.
Service: Serve chilled, around 8°C as an aperitif and 10°C with a meal.