Dry white wine with a good acidity balance and a creamy and long finish
As I wanted to transmit to my children my passion and commitment in Burgundy wines, I have decided to produce a wine with great ageing potential to show them what could be achieved with the grapes we produce in our terroirs, and I named those cuvées after their names, the Pinot for my son, and the Chardonnay for my daughter.
A fresh and well-developed nose, very buttery. On the palate, a full and good attack with aromas of pineapple and vanilla. Dry white wine with a good acidity balance and a creamy and long finish.
It is best drunk fresh (at 8-10°) as an aperitif or with seafood.
The bunches are quickly pressed and the juice is being put in a stainless-steel vat for maceration during 10 days. The wine is let to age in oak barrels during 12 months, and then bottled. It can age in a cellar for a few years.