Chablis "Les Serres", Dom. Oudin
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Organic

Chablis "Les Serres", Dom. Oudin - 2018

Item # 10743 750mL
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Wine made from organically or biodynamically grown grapes with minimal intervention avoiding the use of chemicals, additives and technology.


Tasting Notes

The Les Serres parcel of land is full of chalk soils and minerals, which end up defining this Chardonnay. It’s very steely and youthful on the palate, with citrus fruits and honey. This wine is vinified and fermented in tanks without the use of any sulfites; it’s also completely unoaked.


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Staff Pick Notes

An unoaked Chablis with immense personality, the "Les Serres" comes from a hilltop of limestone above the village of Chichée. Domaine Oudin's philosophy is built around old vines, native yeast fermentations, and minimal to no use of sulfites, which helps display a true sense of place. This bottling welcomes you in with a vibrant aroma of citrus and sea salt before demonstrating immense texture and depth of fruit on the palate. Plus, that signature salty minerality on the finish. The flavors just keep coming on the palate. Yellow apple, lemon zest, and sea spray, all with an amazing mouthfeel! For fans of non-funky natural wine, be sure to add Domaine Oudin to your must-try list!

- ADM

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