Chablis Terroir De La Chapelle Patrick Piuze 2021

Serve at: 10°-12°C
Product code
PIUVFCH
€38.00
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Type White Wine
Grapes Chardonnay
Varietal Chablis
Vintage 2021
Alcohol 12.0%
Cellar Patrick Piuze
Dimension 0,75 l
Agricolture organic agriculture
Country France
Region Borgogna
Pairings Appetizer
contiene solfiti / contains Sulphites

Patrick Piuze has gone from managing a wine bar in his native Québec to becoming one of Chablis’ most prominent rising stars. In 2008, after working for Olivier Leflaive, Verget and Domaine Jean-Marc Brocard, Patrick started his own micro-négoce.

From a plot on a plateau on the left bank of the Serein, from vines planted in 1974.  A fresh cuvée because the grapes never have direct contact with the sun, as the rows are planted east to west. Fermented and aged 50% in used barrels and 50% in tanks.

Three Senses
Due to the limited exposure of the grapes to the sun, this wine shows a bright, scintillating acidity and wide array of bright, fresh green and yellow fruits. Its light-to-medium body, plus chalky apple, ripe Asian pear, and key lime zest flavors all make this wine a perfect introduction to the traditional regional style of Chablis.
Agricolture organic agriculture

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