Patrick Piuze

Terroir de la Chapelle Chablis Chardonnay

9.03 ratings
9.03 pro ratings
Chablis, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
Top Notes For
Adam Kincaid

Lovely bottling of terroir driven wine here. Great for introducing the concept to beginners paired next to the Découverte for comparison.

Has a creaminess I was not initially expecting but once my palate was coated I was able to get into some of the tighter acids and mineral textures. Flint and slate in addition to some tropical fruits. Nice saltiness as well.

Paired well with salmon and some orzo. Went well with the cheese board too.

Lovely bottling of terroir driven wine here. Great for introducing the concept to beginners paired next to the Découverte for comparison.

Has a creaminess I was not initially expecting but once my palate was coated I was able to get into some of the tighter acids and mineral textures. Flint and slate in addition to some tropical fruits. Nice saltiness as well.

Paired well with salmon and some orzo. Went well with the cheese board too.

May 19th, 2019
Jordan Wardlaw

Perhaps not the raciest or most pure of the range. But still awfully damn good, and I’m always honored and privileged to have these wines in my glass. *After day 3* : Just keeps getting better. Tremendously fresh with persistent mineral tension. It’s not fair to label this “great-for-entry-level” wine. It is quite lovely on its own merits.

Perhaps not the raciest or most pure of the range. But still awfully damn good, and I’m always honored and privileged to have these wines in my glass. *After day 3* : Just keeps getting better. Tremendously fresh with persistent mineral tension. It’s not fair to label this “great-for-entry-level” wine. It is quite lovely on its own merits.

1 person found it helpfulOct 25th, 2018
Alberto Cdm

Alberto had this a year ago

Alberto had this a year ago

Apr 16th, 2018