Chablis "Terroir de Fyé", Piuze
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Chablis "Terroir de Fyé", Piuze - 2018

Item # 36040 750mL
$29.96/ Single Bottle
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$359.52 $323.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Montreal-native Patrick Piuze crafts his wines to best express their terroir. Fyé comes from a 2.5 hectare parcel; this vineyard sits just opposite Blanchots. Great structure, mineral backbone and stone fruit flavors. Unoaked.

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Staff Pick Notes

Patrick Piuze has a simple philosophy to wine making, let the terroir speak for itself and technique should take a back seat. The portfolio of wines in his terroir series across the Chablis AOC pick up individuality in vineyards ranging from age worthy Grand Cru to youthful Petit Chablis. "Terroir de Fye" highlights the unique minerality coming from the region's famous Kimmeridgian soils (composed of sea shell fossils and limestone). Closer to Champagne geographically than to the rest of Burgundy, Chablis wines have a tingling acidity that is unmistakable. The village of Fye lies just east of the Grand Cru vineyard Blanchot. Fresh and clean minerality, with notes of lemon zest and star fruit. An elevated and casual wine, it captures the purity of great Chablis in the glass.

- TD

About the Producer

Patrick Piuze Chablis, France Patrick Piuze was born in 1973. He is Canadian, from Quebec, and born into a middle class family with no ties to the viticultural world. As a young adult, he met Marc Chapoutier. The famous vigneron from Southern Rhône changed his life. With his help, Patirck gained his first viticultural experiences. Chapoutier connected him to wineries all over the New World, in...

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