JEAN MARC BROCARD CHABLIS VIEILLES VIGNES 2017 Magnum

Wine Region: Burgundy Chablis, France

Grape: Chardonnay

Tasting Notes

Epitomizing the domaine, the Vieilles Vignes de Jean-Marc Brocard (Jean-Marc Brocard's Old Vines) were planted around 70 year ago. Their roots reach down over 25 meters into Kimmeridgian soil. The wines, which are more concentrated, express all the complexity and finesse of the Chardonnay grape. Nose of anise, pink grapefruit, lemon, salt, persistent and crisp. The palate is balanced, beautiful energy. Mushroom pie , quiches, shellfish, fish , rabbit with mustard, dry goat cheese.

Ratings

90/100 Wine enthusiast 2016

About the Winery

It was in 1973, when Julien was born, that Jean-Marc planted his first vines in Prehy, where, a few years later, he would build his winery, which would become the Jean-Marc Brocard estate in the heart of the Chablis vineyards.



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