Domaine de Vauroux's Chablis is the benchmark wine of their range, offering classically dry, mineral character, wrapped up in delightfully silky, rounded body. It is very aromatic, with notes of apple and citrus alongside flinty minerality and a touch of almond. On the palate it is medium-bodied with crisp, apple acidity, pure fruit flavours of white peaches and pears and a classic, steely, dry finish.
3 Point Summary
Aromas of apple and citrus, good acidity and a steely finish.
Did you know..?
Due to the fact there is a high level of winemaker involvement in its production, Chardonnay has become known as the "winemaker's wine".
Sauteed Langoustine with Chardonnay Reduction
Serve at Temp
9 *C / 48 *F
CHARDONNAY - Chardonnay is the world’s most famous white-wine grape and is widely planted across the world. Chardonnay wines offer complex aromas, often due to the use of oak during production, and they can be buttery with notes of vanilla, smoke and hints of sweet spices. A base of apple and citrus is supplemented by tropical flavours such as banana, melon, pineapple and guava in many examples, and by stone-fruits such peach, nectarine and apricot in others.
BURGUNDY, FRANCE - Burgundy is situated in eastern France and its vineyards produce some of the most exclusive wines on Earth. The region’s two key grape varieties are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay with Gamay and Aligote also widely grown. Chablis, situated in an isolated pocket of limestone hills, produces wold-famous white wines of a very distinctive style. Burgundy is home to several famous producers within iconic cub-regions such as Cote d'Or, Cote Chalonnaise and the Maconnais.