Wine Bourgogne Grand Ordinaire "Lettre d'Eloise" Chardonnay AOC, 2010
Wine golden brown.
In the circular, the fresh taste of wine felt shades of citrus, acacia, ripe fruit and fine acidity.
The wine has a light floral and fruity aroma.
The wine is perfect as an aperitif, with fish and seafood.
Eloise - is the name of Bertrand Ambroise granddaughter, born in 2007. Her first baby cry rang in the ears music loving grandfather and he inspired and elated, began to create a wine in her honor.
Grapes for wine "Lettret d'Eloiz" ("Letter Heloise") comes from young vines of Chardonnay, which are grown on clay soils in Premeaux-Prissey. The wine is fermented in one-, two- and three-year oak barrels, where it is then aged for 10 months. Wine is not penalized and only slightly filtered before bottling.
Bertrand Ambroise domain was founded at the end of the XVIII century in the village of Primo Prissy, just north of Nuits-Saint-Georges. Currently, the estate has an area of 17 hectares. Bertrand Ambroise produces some of the best examples of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in Burgundy, working with the greatest possible impact. Commitment to producing wines only from completely ripe grapes require sophisticated "green levy" and additional inspection or sorting berries before fermentation. The result of this careful work was high quality wines of the domain are appreciated worldwide. Bertrand Ambroise style can be described as mature and full-bodied.