Louis Jadot - Chablis - Montee de Tonnerre - 1er Cru

Louis Jadot - Chablis - Montee de Tonnerre - 1er Cru - 2019 - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Louis Jadot - Chablis - Montee de Tonnerre - 1er Cru

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Pops of hazelnut and cream lend richness to this ripe, lusciously textured Chablis. Bright lemon and yellow-apple flavours on the palate maintain the appellation's characteristic steeliness and nerve but this mouth filling Chardonnay is welcoming young and likely to drink well through 2035.
Type:
White
Country:
France
Region:
Burgundy
Appellation:
Chablis
Producer:
Louis Jadot
Grapes/Blend:
Chardonnay
Style:
Premier Cru

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Louis Jadot

Louis Jadot

Louis Jadot is a French wine producer based in the Burgundy region. Founded in 1859 by Louis Henry Denis Jadot, the winery has a long history of producing...

Louis Jadot is a French wine producer based in the Burgundy region. Founded in 1859 by Louis Henry Denis Jadot, the winery has a long history of producing high-quality wines. Today, it is one of the most prestigious wine producers in Burgundy and is known for its exceptional wines.

The winery produces a wide range of wines, including both red and white wines. Its flagship wine is the Louis Jadot Beaune 1er Cru, which is made from Pinot Noir grapes grown in the Beaune region of Burgundy. This wine is known for its complex aromas and flavours, which include cherry, raspberry, and earthy notes.

Louis Jadot also produces a number of other red wines, including Gevrey-Chambertin, which is made from Pinot Noir grapes grown in the Gevrey-Chambertin region of Burgundy. This wine is known for its intense aromas of blackberry and black cherry, as well as its firm tannins and long finish.

In addition to its red wines, Louis Jadot also produces a range of white wines. One of its most popular white wines is the Louis Jadot Pouilly-Fuissé, which is made from Chardonnay grapes grown in the Pouilly-Fuissé region of Burgundy. This wine is known for its rich and creamy texture, as well as its flavours of apple, pear, and vanilla.

Louis Jadot uses traditional winemaking techniques to produce its wines. The winery has its own cooperage, where it crafts its own barrels from French oak. The winery also uses a combination of stainless steel tanks and oak barrels to ferment and age its wines.

Louis Jadot's commitment to quality is reflected in its strict vineyard management practices. The winery only uses grapes from the best vineyards in Burgundy, and it carefully selects only the best grapes from each vineyard. The winery also employs sustainable farming practices to ensure the long-term health of its vineyards.

Overall, Louis Jadot is a world-renowned wine producer that is known for its exceptional wines and its commitment to quality. Whether you are looking for a rich and complex red wine or a creamy and flavourful white wine, Louis Jadot has something to offer.

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Burgundy - Onshore Cellars

Burgundy

The French Wine region of Burgundy (aka “Bourgogne”) may be small in size, but its influence is huge in the world of vino. The complexity of Burgundy...

The French Wine region of Burgundy (aka “Bourgogne”) may be small in size, but its influence is huge in the world of vino. The complexity of Burgundy can cast fear into the heart of even a seasoned wine pro, but fear not – the region need only be as complicated as you want it to be. Yes, it is home to some of the most expensive wines in the known universe, but there are also tasty and affordable wines.

Main grapes:

Pinot Noir originated in Burgundy and these vines cover 34% of the region, accounting for 29% of overall wine production. The red grape does extremely well in limestone and clay soil, which helps create their complexity. Pinot Noir wines from Burgundy range in colour from cherry to brick, are light in body, and typically have red fruit and spicy flavours. Gamay is a red grape also grown in Burgundy, but only makes up 10% of the vines.

Chardonnay is the primary grape for white wines in Burgundy, making up 48% of the vines and 68% of production. Chardonnay appreciates Burgundy’s marl soil, which gives it delicate floral, fruit, and mineral aromas and full-bodied flavours. Aligoté is the second white grape, accounting for 6% grown. {Read more about the ancient Aligoté grape in Burgundy.}

The region does produce a sparkling wine called Crémant de Bourgogne. It can be made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Aligoté, Gamay, Sacy, and Melon. Varieties include blanc, blanc de blancs, blanc de noirs, and rosé.

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Chablis

Chablis

Chablis is a wine appellation located in the northernmost part of the Burgundy region in France. The region is known for producing some of the finest white wines...

Chablis is a wine appellation located in the northernmost part of the Burgundy region in France. The region is known for producing some of the finest white wines in the world, made from the Chardonnay grape variety. The Chablis appellation covers an area of approximately 5,000 hectares, with vineyards planted on hillsides overlooking the Serein River.

The history of winemaking in Chablis dates back to the Roman era, when the region was known for producing high-quality wines. However, it was not until the Middle Ages that the wines of Chablis gained widespread recognition. In the 19th century, the phylloxera epidemic devastated the vineyards of Chablis, but the region was able to recover and rebuild its reputation as a producer of world-class wines.

The style of production in Chablis is unique, with a focus on producing wines that are crisp, mineral-driven, and expressive of their terroir. The vineyards of Chablis are planted on Kimmeridgian limestone, a type of soil that is rich in marine fossils and minerals. This soil gives the wines of Chablis their distinctive minerality and complexity.

The Chardonnay grape is the only grape variety allowed in the production of Chablis wines. The grape is known for its versatility and ability to express the terroir of the region. The wines of Chablis are typically unoaked, allowing the natural flavors and aromas of the grape and the terroir to shine through.

There are four main appellations within the Chablis region: Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru, and Chablis Grand Cru. Petit Chablis is the most basic appellation, with wines that are light and refreshing, perfect for everyday drinking. Chablis is the most widely produced appellation, with wines that are crisp and mineral-driven, with notes of green apple and citrus. Chablis Premier Cru wines are more complex and full-bodied, with flavors of honey, hazelnut, and white flowers. Chablis Grand Cru wines are the most prestigious, with wines that are rich and full-bodied, with flavors of ripe fruit, honey, and toasted nuts.

In conclusion, Chablis is a unique and special wine appellation that produces some of the finest white wines in the world. The region's focus on terroir-driven winemaking, combined with the versatility of the Chardonnay grape, results in wines that are complex, mineral-driven, and expressive of their terroir. Whether you are a wine connoisseur or a casual wine drinker, a bottle of Chablis is sure to impress.

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