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Louis Jadot has been making fine Burgundy since 1859, and is one of Burgundy’s most important negociants, both qualitatively and quantitatively, with a portfolio that covers everything from inexpensive Bourgogne and Beaujolais wines to several grand cru wines, from the Côte de Beaune to Chablis. Burgundy’s reputation stems from the unique growing conditions, or “terroir”, enjoyed by each separate vineyard. Louis Jadot wines celebrate this diversity, reflecting these all important natural differences of soil, aspect and climate.
Louis Jadot’s winemaker deliberately produces a fuller, fatter style of Chablis, more akin to some wines from the Côte d’Or. The wine is allowed to undergo a partial malolactic fermentation to soften and round the palate. A nice golden yellow colour. It is a lipid, bright and fresh wine, which taste and bouquet develop relatively quickly.
Try it with…
Fish & chips
NOTE: Vintage may vary.