Regnard White 2015 / 75cl Regnard - Fourchaume - Chablis 1er Cru

Regnard - Chablis - Fourchaume - Premier Cru

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The Fourchaume appellation presents wines with finesse that have flower, fruit, minerality and lightness. Pleasant from their youth, they are well kept. Feminine in character, they are very complex and rich. Maison Régnard, one of the oldest and most prestigious Houses in Burgundy, was founded in 1860 by Zéphir Régnard. In 1984, Baron Patrick de Ladoucette took over the Domaine and has continued to perpetuate and improve the style and typicity of the wines.
The Fourchaume appellation presents wines with finesse that have flower, fruit, minerality and lightness. Pleasant from their youth, they are well kept. Feminine in character, they are very complex and rich. Maison Régnard, one of the oldest and most prestigious Houses in Burgundy, was founded in 1860 by Zéphir Régnard. In 1984, Baron Patrick de Ladoucette took over the Domaine and has continued to perpetuate and improve the style and typicity of the wines.
Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: chablis
Producer: Regnard
Grapes Blend: Chardonnay
Style: Premier Cru

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One of the oldest and prestigious Burgundy domaines, Maison Régnard was established in 1860 by Zéphir Régnard, and is one of the only Chablis wineries that has all...

One of the oldest and prestigious Burgundy domaines, Maison Régnard was established in 1860 by Zéphir Régnard, and is one of the only Chablis wineries that has all its cellars in the historic centre of the town. Bought by Baron Patrick de Ladoucette, of Loire winemaking fame, in 1984, the focus has since been on improving the style and typicity of the wines, which are now found on the best dining tables around the world.

The Maison produces seven of the Chablis Grand Cru (Les Clos, Bourgos, Blanchots, Grenouilles, Preuses, Valmur and Vaudésir), five Chablis Premier Cru (Fourchaume, Montmains, Vaillons, Montée de Tonnerre et Mont de Milieu) and a Chablis and Petit Chablis, as well as exceptional wines such as Le Grand Régnard.

Created in 1992, Le Grand Régnard is a special cuvée designed to reflect the truest expression of the Maison Régnard style each vintage. Similar to the Champagne model, Le Grand Régnard is a blend of 30-year-old vines, with fruit taken from the best parcels of Chablis. The wine is bottled in a traditional 17th century bottle to reflect those used by the ancestors of the family, with a distinctive and unique bulbous shape. A truly individual style of Chablis offering complexity and richness, whilst retaining bright acidity and the purest expression of fruit that the best parcels in the region have to offer.

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