Albert Pic Chablis Grand Cru Grenouilles
Vintage: 2012 (Current)
Originally founded in 1755, Albert Pic is one of Chablis‘ oldest houses. In 1985 Baron Patrick de Ladoucette took control of the house. The vineyard is situated in the middle of the Grands Crus covering an area of four acres. It is well known for its climate. The yield is typical of Grands Crus, that is to say 1188 gallons/2.5 acres. The characteristics of this wine are powerful, mineral, and great aging potential.
Clear and intense color with golden reflections. On the nose, good intensity revealing aromas of white flowers and some vegetal notes. Fresh and sharp attack. Delicate and silky.
Manual harvest followed by alcoholic fermentation and malolactic fermentation in stainless steel tanks. The wine is on the lees for 12 months. The wine is then clarified before setting bottles.
Varietals: 100% Chardonnay
Aging: 5-6 years
Suggested Retail Price: $80.00