Bourgogne Chardonnay, Albert Bichot
Beautiful yellow robe with white gold reflections. The white flowers and citrus dominance of the nose leads on to notes of
honey and dried fruit. The mouth is very well-balanced, skilfully blending vivacity and roundness.
With a meal, this Burgundy Chardonnay « Vielles Vignes » will use the charms of its aromatic palette on seafood, fish
cooked in sauce or simply-prepared white meats. Trout with asparagus, chicken in white wine sauce or mountain cheese
(Alps) are all make excellent companions.
Serving and keeping
Serve at 12°C (53°F). Ideally should be drunk when in the full fruitness of its youth or can be laid for a few years to
enhance its brioche hints.
VINEYARD AND TERROIR
Our Bourgogne Chardonnay « Vielles Vignes » (old vines) is produced from 25 to 35 year-old vines located in the Côte
de Beaune and Hautes-Côtes de Beaune wine regions which both lie on clay-and-limestone soils. The diversity of their
exposure and altitude allows us to work with a mosaic of vineyard plots. Consequently, we are able to achieve very
beautiful aromatic complexity.
The venerable age of the vines gives this wine a special aromatic concentration, frank and characteristic flavours which
are regularly acknowledged at prestigious contests.
Item code: 001004019
- Maison Albert Bichot