Typical Chablis, with its heritage based in the Jurassic, or more precisely, the Kimmeridgian period over 150 million years ago. The limestone under the vineyards here, is full of tiny oyster shells; an echo of the shallow sea that once covered this part of France. Vinified in stainless steel at relatively low temperature, the wine undergoes a light filtration prior to bottling. Light, straw-gold with green highlights, this wine shows white flowers and citrus fruits on the nose. The palate opens up the fruit spectrum further and finishes with mineral notes.