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Moreau-Naudet Petit Chablis 2017 comes from a single 2.5 hectare site with a southwest orientation, on Kimmeridgian soils (as opposed to the higher Portlandian soils on which much Petit is grown). This vineyard is in Courgis, on the Chablis—Saint-Bris road, which was, once again, badly hit by frost. Half of the plot is home to 25-30 year old vines, while the other half is somewhat older at 45-50 years old. Moreau allows this cuvée to go through with spontaneous fermentation, and vinified the wine in large vats of 32-100 hectolitres. Moreau-Naudet Petit 2017 is looking the business: all sherbetty and floral, with pulpy, succulent texture and first-rate chalky length. Genuinely delicious, this is a Petit Chablis of serious class and precision!
"Virginie Moreau-Naudet has taken over where her late husband, Stéphane, left off. This fresh, lightly wooded Petit Chablis is leesy and appealing, showing subtle pear and stone fruit flavours." Tim Aitkin MW, Decanter Magazine
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