From the De Villaine of DRC fame, this is his project at his home, just south of the Cote d'Or in Bouzeron.
"Les Clous Aimé comes from several parcels located on a south-facing slope of Bouzeron's valley, sheltered from summer's north wind during ripening.
Our vineyard here is planted with selections of Chardonnay grapes that we have chosen for moderate yields." -- Domaine notes
Les Clous Aime is vinified and matured during 12 months in wooden casks. The 2018 vintage has a very expressive nose of white flowers, broom and acacias. On the palate, it is energetic, fresh, offering beautiful acidity all in roundness and unctuosity. The wine's aromatic pallet will only expand oover time. This wine pairs well with goat cheese, Reblochon, Beaufort, and Comté. Certified organic.
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