Arbois Chardonnay "Les Voisines", Dom. de la Touraize
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Arbois Chardonnay "Les Voisines", Dom. de la Touraize - 2021

Item # 50569 750mL

“Les Voisines” comes from 2 hectares of Chardonnay spread among four parcels in Arbois: Curoulet, En Flandre, Les Corvées and La Platière, with soils ranging from gravelly marl to calcareous marl to blue marl. The fruit is pressed whole-cluster and fermented in well-used barrels of varying sizes, where the wine spends 18 months on the fine lees. The barrels are kept full, in the ouillé style, and the finished wine displays bristling minerality unaccented by oxidative elements.

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