Surrounded by Chablis vineyards on all sides, the family estate was founded in 1973 by Jean-Marc Brocard, who has since been joined by his son Julien. The estate spans almost 200 hectares, 66 of which are certified organic.
Precision, power and freshness: these are the signature characteristics of Brocard wines. Their unique style is expressed in each of the Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru, and Chablis Grand Cru wines, which are transported to nearly 50 countries.
Terroir/exposure: Kimmeridgian soil, Southern exposure, Village of Préhy
Vine age 30 years
Planting density: 5,700 vines/hectare
Approach to viticulture: Respect for the land and its ecosystem
Vinification and maturation: Pneumatic pressing, cold settling, Alcoholic fermentation using native yeasts in temperature-controlled tanks (18-20°C/64-68°F), complete malolactic fermentation Matured on lees in stainless steel tanks for 9 months.
Appearance: Bright, pale yellow with green and silver glints
Nose: A fruity expression of lemon, clementine and tangerine blossom aromas
Palate: Notes of fresh apricot, citrus zest, clementine and tangerine. A lovely dense yet subtle wine with a lot of delicious flavor.
Food pairing suggestions
Seafood casserole, salmon dishes, cheese (Comté, Roquefort)
Cellaring time: 3 to 8 years
Peak: 2 years old
Serving temperature: 11-12°C / 52-54°F