Change Chardonnay Organic White Wine
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Livraison à domicile en France (Chronopost) Estimated : 20 Mai 2022
Livraison à domicile en Europe (Chronopost)
Estimated : 23 Mai 2022
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Committed to the preservation of biodiversity and vineyard landscapes, Gérard Bertrand invites you to discover the Change range, from vineyards converted to organic farming. Choosing Change is a civic act that supports committed winegrowers. It is also the guaranteed pleasure of intense and fruity wines, with a gourmet and generous palate. The particularity of Chardonnay lies in the nobility of its aromas, with notes of citrus fruits and white flowers, and the delicacy of its wines.
Winemaking & aging
The grapes are harvested at perfect maturity at night to take advantage of the cool temperatures and express the optimal potential of the grape varieties. A meticulous sorting of the harvest is carried out upon receipt of the grapes. The work of the grapes takes place under neutral gas in order to mitigate the risks of oxidation of the musts. The grapes are destemmed, cooled to 8°C and sent to the press to extract the must. Particular attention is paid to the pressing so as to keep only the most qualitative first juices. The juices are then decanted more or less according to the desired aromatic profile. The fermentations last between 15 and more than 30 days depending on the degree of clarification and the temperature applied. The musts are vinified in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats at low temperature, 16°C, in order to preserve the freshness and integrity of the aromas.
The color has a beautiful golden yellow colour, sustained, lively and limpid. The nose is complex and floral, revealing scents of flowers, complemented by buttery and fresh fruit notes. The mouth, well balanced and quite powerful, remains suave and unctuous with flavors of yellow and exotic fruits, and notes of honey and vanilla.
Food & Wine Pairing
To be enjoyed at 12-13°C as an aperitif, with a raclette or fine roast poultry, dauphine potatoes and sweetbreads with a creamy morel sauce