Bourgogne Côtes Salines
Growing on a Kimméridgian limestone soil dating from the Late Jurassic, our Chardonnay vineyards in the village of Prehy. Close to Chablis vineyard.
- Grape variety : 100% Chardonnay
- Origin : Village of Prehy
- Exposure : South-West
- Soil : Portlandien, layer Upper Jurassic composed of limestone.
- Age of Vines : 35 years
- Density of plantation : 7600 vines per Hectare
- Pruning : Guyot Simple
- Yields : 55 hl/ha
- Culture : Ecological, based on respect for the earth
- Alcohol : 12,5%
- Sugar : less than 1.00 g/L
- Sulfites : 90 mg/l en total
- Acidity : 4 g/H2SO4
Saline and ring to the hyperbole of its younger siblings, the implosion of full of extract is a once arid and then rich. This a full-on pure and simply beautiful wine, precisely tart and very long.
Pale yellow, express scents of white flowers, almonds and toast. In the mouth has great minerality bring out the character of our soil, then finish with flavors of honey.
Keep from 2 to 5 years. Will age gracefully into the middle next decade.
Serve at 10 – 12°C
Serving suggestions: White Meat, shellfish, fish sauce, ham, chicken, cheese, such as Soumaintrain, Epoisses, Langres.
Direct pressing, cold settling. Controlled fermentation temperature (16-18 ° C) for the tank
Alcoholic fermentation and malolactic completed
Maturing on fine lees from October to mid June
Collage and filtration before bottling.
Thermoregulation allows fermentation at low temperature in order to develop the flavors. The wine is 100% stainless steel tanks to preserve freshness and fruitiness of the wine.
Bottled by us at the Estate.
The Wine Spectator 2023: Bourgogne Côtes Salines 2022 – 87 points
Guide Hachette des vins 2024 : Bourgogne Côtes Salines 2022 : 1 étoile
Prix Plaisir Bettane+Desseauve 2021 : Bourgogne Côtes Salines 2019 – Gold medal
Concours Général Agricole Paris 2019 : Silver medal Bourgogne Côtes Salines 2018
Selected cave de prestige du BIVB 2019 : Bourgogne Cotes Salines 2018
Selected best wines from Bourgogne Revue des vins de France Juin 2018 : Bourgogne Cotes Salines 2017
Concours des vins de l’Auxerrois 2017 : médaille de Bronze Bourgogne Cotes salines 2016