$70.00 (per case $421.20)
Done in collaboration with Jean-Marc Roulot, this vintage of Mainqué Chardonnay was picked early as the grapes ripened early but maintained acidity. Fermented in barrel without malolactic, spending 11 months in barrique, this has an up-front fruit, a salinity shared with Chacra Chardonnay, and a tasty finish lent by the calcareous components of the alluvial soil.
|Format:||6 x 750ml|
98 POINTS, JAMES SUCKLING
This is a dense and integrated chardonnay with a solid core of fruit that is stratified and solid. Full-bodied yet agile and polished. Lots of honey, vanilla and cream, yet delivered in a a subtle and refined way. Complex and satisfying. A great new chardonnay from here. Collaboration with Roulot of Burgundy. 4,000 bottles made.
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