1er Cru Séchets 2018
Caisse de 6 / Case of 6
In the past, Séchets Premier Cru used to be blended with Vaillons, but has
been viniﬁed separately since 2010. Séchets is diﬀerent from the other climates in the Vaillons valley, especially as it has more marl-like characteristics. Its aromatic richness, complexity and chiseled minerality make it a Premier Cru for cellaring, with typically Chablis features.
Kimmeridgian. Left bank. Hard limestone in clay, whitish, shallow soil that is
barely fertile. Very sunny and well ventilated. Gentle slope. South-east exposure.
No added yeast, long fermentation using indigenous yeasts, in temperature-controlled vats. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation.
Matured for 12 to 16 months. In stainless steel tanks, with the least possible handling. Long moderately cold stabilisation. The wine is gently ﬁltered once before bottling.
10 years and over.
Serve between 12 and 14°C, it must be aired or carafed before tasting.
Scents of grapefruit, stones and ﬂowers. A tight, dense and wonderfully pure wine, with pronounced minerality and enveloped with white fruit notes.