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Justin Giradin Bourgogne Chardonnay 750ml

Chardonnay from Burgundy | France
Vendor: Justin Giradin
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Brilliant colour. Pleasant nose with fruity notes. Round mouth with a beautiful typical volume of Chardonnay. Appetizers, fish, seafood, oysters delicate entries The Girardin family has been in Burgundy since 1570. Vincent and Jacque's father Jean Girardin divided up his estate in 1982 to each of his four children. Three of the four: Yves, Vincent and Jacques continued the family tradition of farming and winemaking. Jacques took hold of just 3 hectares of vines in Santenay and Savigny-les-Beaune and today the holdings stretch into Pommard and Chassagne-Montrachet totalling 17 hectares that are organically farmed, though not certified. Jacques handed over the domaine to Justin in 2012, leaving the family holdings in great hands. Justin's philosophy is simple – let nature express itself as much as possible in the vineyard and ultimately the wine, while watching over and respecting the land. So the wine becomes a living product, the fruit of exceptional land and of an age-old expertise, which is renewed and modernized with each generation. So you know the history of this wine, made by true talent who has passed it down generation by generation. All in all, this wine is a must-have for all kinds of meals, whether it be an appetizer or a delicate entry.

 

Justin Giradin Bourgogne Chardonnay 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Justin Giradin

Justin Giradin Bourgogne Chardonnay 750ml

$25.99

Justin Giradin Bourgogne Chardonnay 750ml

$25.99
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Chardonnay

Chardonnay is a versatile white wine grape known for producing a wide range of styles, from unoaked and crisp to rich and buttery. It exhibits flavors such as green apple, citrus, and vanilla, making it a popular and widely planted grape variety worldwide. Chardonnay is often associated with Burgundy in France and has found success in regions such as California, Australia, and Chile, showcasing its adaptability to diverse terroirs and winemaking techniques.

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