APPELLATION - ORIGIN
Grape variety: Chardonnay
Area: 1 ha 40 ares 78 ca
Annual yield: 5,000 bottles (75cl)
Chalky, gravelly and stony soils
The whites have a very pure, clear white gold colour with very attractive aromas (broom, almond and citrus) and are fresh and elegant on the palate with fruity and floral notes. The “Les Cailloux” parcel is one of the best in the appellation.
The white Rully wines should be drunk while fresh so are better when young. You can also keep them for 2-3 years or more depending on the vintage.
These wines are ideal with fish and seafood, but they also make a very good aperitif with appetisers. They also go very well with fresh goat’s cheese.
Gilbert and Gaillard 2013 for the 2010 vintage: Luminous light yellow colour. Captivating bouquet reminiscent of ripe lemons. Full-bodied, voluptuous and quite opulent on the palate where the fruity aromas express a certain intensity. It goes very well with fish or white meat.