Several types of soil coexist in this climate. Our Domaine is located in the mid-valley area. A whitish and chalky limestone clay is predominant in its steepest part, while the Western side has browner clay soils. Wines made from the vines that grow here are tight, with saline notes and a wonderful creamy mouthfeel. This Grand Cru has the distinction of being accessible and generous, even in its youth.
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Note di rabarbaro e fiori di acacia.
Fine ed elegante in bocca, con aromi burrosi, burrosi e un sentore dominante di cocco.
0,75 L Standard
Kimmeridgiano: forte presenza di argilla, terreni abbastanza profondi. Esposizione nord-ovest, che fornisce temperature fresche e luce solare di sera. Terreno abbastanza ripido.
Almeno 18 mesi in serbatoi di acciaio inossidabile, con la minima maneggevolezza. Stabilizzazione moderatamente a freddo. Affinamento con bentonite se necessario. Il vino viene delicatamente filtrato una volta prima dell'imbottigliamento.
Nessun lievito aggiunto, lunga fermentazione con lieviti indigeni, in vasche a temperatura controllata. Fermentazione malolattica spontanea.
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Name: Domaine Louis Michel & Fils Cultivated hectares: 25 Address: Chablis (France) Web Site: www.louismicheletfils.com
The Michel family have been cultivating their passion for tradition and the Chablis terroir since 1850.
The winery is situated right in the heart of the village, with the 25-hectare vineyard spread over the very first slopes that were discovered by Cistercian monks in the 11th century.
40 years ago, the family decided to stop making the wine in wooden barrels, preferring to create clean, pure and precise Chablis without adding artificial woody tastes.
Through this philosophy, combined with the limited yields inspired by organic wine-growing techniques, the Domaine has developed a worldwide reputation for fine wine-making in stainless steel tanks.
Today, the Domaine is managed by Jean-Loup Michel and his nephew, Guillaume Gicqueau-Michel, who is continuing the family tradition.