Grand Cru Château Grenouilles
Chablis Grand Cru
SOIL AND SUBSOIL
Upper and Middle Kimmeridgian. Alternating limestone and marl with fossilised “Exogyra virgula“.
5,000 to 6,500 vines/ha.
SITUATION AND ASPECT
On the right bank of the Serein In the village of Chablis. South-West facing slopes on the upper part of the Chablis Grand Cru vineyard Grenouilles.
AVERAGE AGE OF VINES
Cold settling before fermentation. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation in stainless steel tanks and oak barrels.
20 months on the fine lees in tanks and barrels.
VINTAGE 2014 TASTING NOTES FROM 20/02/2017 – REF.A
Limpid and brilliant wine with pale golden colour. The first nose is complex and penetrating with both floral freshness and fine oakiness. On aeration the aromatic ensemble is released with great finesse. The bouquet is very persistent.
We find tension and freshness in the mouth along with impressive density. The finish is both elegant and mineral, yet with a floral touch.
The length on the palate is impressive. A great vintage for Château Grenouilles.
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