Winery Bernard Loiseau Chablis
In the mouth this white wine is a with a nice freshness.
This wine generally goes well with pork, rich fish (salmon, tuna etc) or shellfish.
Taste structure of the Chablis from the Winery Bernard Loiseau
In the mouth the Chablis of Winery Bernard Loiseau in the region of Burgundy is a with a nice freshness.
Food and wine pairings with Chablis
Pairings that work perfectly with Chablis
Original food and wine pairings with Chablis
The Chablis of Winery Bernard Loiseau matches generally quite well with dishes of pork, rich fish (salmon, tuna etc) or shellfish such as recipes of pulled pork (us pulled pork ), sublime salmon (stuffed salmon) or marinated shrimp sautéed asian style.
Details and technical informations about Winery Bernard Loiseau's Chablis.
Discover the grape variety: Segalin
Ségalin noir is a grape variety that originated in France (Languedoc). It produces a variety of grape specially used for wine making. It is rare to find this grape to eat on our tables. This variety of grape is characterized by medium-sized bunches and small grapes. Ségalin noir can be found in several vineyards: South-West, Cognac, Bordeaux, Provence & Corsica, Rhone valley, Loire valley, Savoie & Bugey, Beaujolais.
Last vintages of this wine
The best vintages of Chablis from Winery Bernard Loiseau are 2015
Informations about the Winery Bernard Loiseau
The Winery Bernard Loiseau is one of of the world's greatest estates. It offers 16 wines for sale in the of Chablis to come and discover on site or to buy online.
The wine region of Burgundy
Bourgogne is the catch-all regional appellation title of the Burgundy wine region in eastern France ("Bourgogne" is the French name for Burgundy). Burgundy has a Complex and comprehensive appellation system; counting Premier Cru and Grand Cru titles, the region has over 700 appellation titles for its wines. Thus, Burgundy wines often come from one Vineyard (or several separate vineyards) without an appellation title specific to the region, Village or even vineyard. A standard Burgundy wine may be made from grapes grown in one or more of Burgundy's 300 communes.
The wine region of Chablis
Chablis is a historic town and wine region in North Central France. It produces light, Dry white wines, renowned for their minerality and lively Acidity. AOC Chablis wines are produced exclusively from the Grape/chardonnay">Chardonnay grape. The wines of Chablis are made in a rather different style from those produced elsewhere in Burgundy.
News related to this wine
Christie’s 2021 DWWA charity wine auction sets new record
A total of £72,600 was raised from 79 lots at the sixteenth DWWA wine auction hosted by Christie’s on 2 December – beating a record set in 2018. This total excludes Christie’s buyer’s premium. All proceeds will be added to funds raised by Decanter throughout the DWWA this year. Charities supported include The Drinks Trust, WaterAid, Cancer Research UK, Change Please, Decanter Apprenticeships and more. Over the past 12 months, Decanter has donated in excess of £100,000 to these charities. T ...
Chablis: #locationmatters by Yang LU
On December 10, 2020, four Hong Kong personalities discussed Chablis wines on a live webinar: Yang LU, Master Sommelier and Official Bourgogne Wines Ambassador, Debra MEIBURG, Master of Wine, Ivy NG, Official Bourgogne Wines Ambassador and Rebecca LEUNG, wine expert. In this first 90-second clip, Yang LU explains how location is the key to understanding “Why Chablis is special”. #Chablis #PureChablis ...
Chablis takes pride in its subsoil by Ivy NG
On December 10, 2020, four Hong Kong personalities discussed Chablis wines on a live webinar: Yang LU, Master Sommelier and Official Bourgogne Wines Ambassador, Debra MEIBURG, Master of Wine, Ivy NG, Official Bourgogne Wines Ambassador and Rebecca LEUNG, wine expert. In this two-and-a-half-minute clip, Yvy NG describes the unique subsoil that Chablis is so proud of. ...
The word of the wine: Tartar (deposit)
White, chalky deposits that occur as a result of precipitation inside bottles and are often considered by consumers as a defect. They are in fact tartaric salts formed by tartaric acid, potassium and calcium naturally present in the wine. This deposit does not alter the quality of the wine and can be eliminated by a simple decanting.