Chardonnay is a very aromatic dry white wine. The nose presents notes of apricot, marzipan and hazelnut. The palate is full with a mineral touch, the finish is long. Chardonnay is often compared to a premier cru Bourgogne. It is a wine that matures beautifully in the bottle.
Originally from Burgundy, this French grape variety was introduced in Valais during the 1920’s. In this sunny area, it finds a privileged place where the diversity of wines from this famous grape can be easily expressed. Changing tastes to drier wines explains why Chardonnay gradually started to be harvested at full maturity, producing fresher wines. It is a wine that matures beautifully in the bottle.
For over 12 months, this wine is aged in new oak barrels, which gives it a good ageing potential and a woody flavour that blends beautifully with the original flavours of this Chardonnay.
Chardonnay Jacques Germanier is a soft and delicate wine, for which the vinification allows the development of appreciated aromas. Consume cold (6-8 ° C) together with starters, crustaceans or fish.