Tremblay Vaudesir, Chablis Grand Cru

Domaine Gerard Tremblay
Grand Cru
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Tremblay Vaudesir, Chablis Grand Cru
Tasting notes. Velvety, with its aromas of honey and ripe fruit. Its flavors are ample, long, and their aromas intense.

Chablis Grand Cru from the Domaine Gerard Tremblay

Vinification: After pressing, the must (juice) is taken to a stainless steel vat to settling*. It is a natural settling by gravity (no enzyme added). It lasts between 12 and 24 hours. Then comes the alcoholic fermentation* and the
malolactic fermentation* which are made with temperature control. The aging lasts between 8 and 12 months in vats, of which 30% in barrels for 12 months.
Characteristics: Velvety, with its aromas of honey and ripe fruit. Its flavors are ample, long, and their intense aromas.
Aging potential: 5-15 years depending on storage location
Temperature: Between 12˚C and 13˚C
Accompaniment: Fish-based dish in sauce: Pan-fried scallops with balsamic vinegar.
Meat dish: Veal cutlet with cream.

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Robert Parker scorer 88 pointsThe 2014 Chablis Villages has a bright 'n' breezy bouquet that skips from the glass like a pig-tailed schoolchild freshly squeeze lemon and a dash of lime with subtle flinty notes underneath. The palate is fresh and taut with a keen line of acidity, moderate depth, a touch of salinity toward the finish that just doesn't fan out like I was hoping. But there is an elegance and a charm to this Chablis village cru and it will drink well over the next 4 to 6 years.
Doudet-Naudin The wine are 75cl bottle size

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