Geographically isolated from the other vineyards in Burgundy; this area possesses a singularity, which comes from the originality of its “Kymméridgien” soils (shell and calcareous sediments and stones dating from 180 million of years (Jurassic era) when the ocean was here. The Grand Cru Bougros (which is only 15 hectares) is located on the north of the village of Chablis.
Calcareous marls and sedimentary soils
Traditional. Controlled temperatures of the musts. Racking of the musts. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation. The maturation is systematically
done in stainless vats for 8 months.
CHARACTER AND STYLE
Behind its pretty colour of pale gold crystal with light green reflections, the nose of this Chablis Grand Cru Bougros seduces with its finesse, its personality and also an elegant flavour development (fresh fruit, acacia with a touch of vanilla). Very long and intense aromas. On the palate it is characterized by a good density and a nice structure.
AGEING AND SERVICE
To keep 6-10 years. Temperature of service: 14-15°C
This Chablis Grand Cru is perfect to accompany all shellfishes and fishes. Of course in its youngest life, it will be a superb aperitif. It will successfully accompany a Carpaccio of St. Jacques, a slab of fresh cod or salmon steak with hollandaise. Do not forget a large pallet of cheeses (starting with a tasty fresh goat cheese)