Chablis Albert Pic 1er Cru 2009 254th Harvest
This famous and renowned House dates back to 1755 and is the oldest in the region recorded in u cial records. Maison Albert Pic & Fils belongs to Baron Patrick de Ladoucette former producer of Pouilly Fumé “Baron de L.”
The Albert Pic House boasts a full range of Chablis, including all the classic appellations of the area.
All the wines of Chablis originate from a single grape variety: chardonnay, a noble grape variety that develops its full potential in this area. The various designations are due to the di erent geogr aphic location of the vineyards and thus differences in exposure and geological nature.
The soil typical of the Chablis controlled designation area gives this wine a marked minerality.
Rare cuvée produced only in exceptional vintages in which excellent grape quality was obtained first elaborated in 1755.
Aging capacity: over 15 years
Characteristics of Cru:
Age: 35-year-old vines.
ferments in steel and cement tanks
Straw yellow in color with golden hues, on the nose warm aromas of flowers and white fruits compose a rich and elegant bouquet. The palate reveals good structure with a refined and elegant body.