Beautiful golden robe with very bright green reflections, it welcomes us with a citrus and delicate floral (lily of the valley,camomile) nose. The mouth has the vintage's tension, with a pleasant moderate acidity which makes this wine a typical representation of a Chablis Grand Cru: mineral and intense.
To echo the precise nature of this Grand Cru and its high rank, the best accompaniments should be those in which the noblest of ingredients are used with a dose of audacity and a touch of freshness. Dare to go for spring asparagus with whipped mayonnaise or a courgette mousse with fresh goat's cheese and lemon thyme.
Serving and keeping
Serve between 11 and 13°C (52°F - 55°F).
Laying: drink whilst young or lie for about 15 years to develop its tertiary aromatic characteristics (hints of woodland and
mushrooms) and to heighten its minerality.
- MAISON ALBERT BICHOT
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