- Type: White
- Country: France
- Region: Burgundy
- Vintage: 2015
- Producer: Paul Deloux
- Primary grape: Chardonnay
- Bottle size: 75cl
- List price: £14.75
- Code: 11032
- SILVER (2015) Sommelier Wine Awards 2019
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Dry, refreshing, delicate, light whites
- Very mild-flavoured cheeses e.g. Caerphilly, Cheddar (mild). Cream cheese e.g. ricotta. Feta, halloumi, mozzarella
- Clam chowder, cerviche, haddock, halibut, hake, mussels, oysters, prawns and shrimps, sardines, scallops, sushi, trout
- Basil, chives, dill, fennel, mustard, parsley, saffron, sage, thyme, wasabi
- Light chicken dishes, black pudding, goose, guinea fowl, ham, pork, veal
- Aioli, beurre blanc with lemon, light olive oil and fish-based sauces e.g. marinara. Contrasts well with rich sauces
- The lightest spiced seafood dishes
- Caesar, feta, green, light seafood, niçoise, rocket, tomato and mozzarella, Waldorf salads. Courgette, cucumber, risotto
About the Wine
This white wine is made by Paul Deloux in Burgundy. Mouth-watering and minerally Chablis is perfect with simply prepared seafood, chicken and salads. It is created with mosty Chardonnay grapes. To the best of our knowledge, this wine is wine is an on-trade exclusive. Supplied by Union des Vignerons.
Chardonnay can produce quality wines in a wide range of climates, with a real varied style. In cool climates like Champagne or Chablis it produces a lean steely wine with pronounced acidity. In warmer climates it develops buttery, honey notes whereas hotter climates, it's richer in body with the flavour of tropical fruits.
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