Jean-Marc Brocard Dom. Ste. Claire Chablis 2018
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Winery Notes
“Single Vineyard, native yeast, organic Chablis. Temperature controlled. 100% stainless steel tanks for 9 months. On the nose, notes of lemon and yellow fruits; tangy and balanced on the palate.”
This is a white wine
Item ID: #32898
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Screw Cap

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Winery Notes
“Single Vineyard, native yeast, organic Chablis. Temperature controlled. 100% stainless steel tanks for 9 months. On the nose, notes of lemon and yellow fruits; tangy and balanced on the palate.”

Jean-Marc Brocard

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Jean-Marc BrocardJean-Marc Brocard learned the art of the vine with Emile Petit, his stepfather, and his cousin, P'tit Louis. In 1973, Jean-Marc Brocard chose to settle in Préhy and build his own Domaine in the middle of vineyards. Over the years, the quality of the wines of Jean-Marc Brocard has been recognized in France and around the world.

Jean-Marc's son, Julien Brocard, moved back to the family estate in the mid 90s after earning a degree in engineering, with a different outlook on the vine and its environment. Nowadays, a large part of the vineyard is cultivated according to the practices of organic and biodynamic farming. We still continue our work in order to improve the quality of our products."

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Reviews (2)

Robert

Lemony and refreshing

"After drinking a number of Chardonnays that were on the buttery side, this is a refreshing change. Not too expensive, and works well with seafood and pasta."

David

Another very good village Chablis

"We've been drinking the Brocard Ste Claire since 2009 and each vintage has been reliably tasty at a price point that allows it to be a regular on our table. The wine has classic Chablis minerals, moderate fruit, and a nice finish. Tasted blind I suspect this one could be confused with a low end 1er cru."

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