This mineral wine full of finesse is pleasant to drink now with its slight fruitiness and mineral taste. 2016 is a very good vintage for Chablis
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|Owner||Jean-Paul & Benoit Droin|
|Main grape variety||Chardonnay|
|Pairings||Shellfish, Crab and Lobster|
|Notes||Lemon, oyster shell and flint.|
From the producer:
Our Chablis Village wine is a perfect introduction to the minerality of Chablis wines. During the first three years, the wine shows itself as generous and lively, with notes of lemon, oyster shell and flint. After 10 years or more, the aromas become far more powerful, with notes of gun-flint and undergrowth. In the great vintages, it can be kept for more than 20 years.
As an aperitif, it will go very well with "gougère" cheesepuff pastries or cold meats. As a starter, it will be perfect with a fish terrine or seafood.
Light gold to a clear rim. Lemon curd, grapefruit pith, yellow apple on the nose. Palate confirms bold fruit but with a minerality that reminds me of a prescription pill bottle. Lingering finish with some earthy notes.
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