Patrick Piuze Chablis 'Terrois de la Chapelle' Chardonnay 2020

Profile Fruity
Region Chablis
Body Medium

Patrick only sources wine from the original 12th century Chablis boundaries. All his cuvees hail from the celebrated Kimmeridgian limestone—a unique terroir rich in fossils, prized for creating stony, complex Chardonnays. Each grower has its sustainable farming method; neither synthetic herbicides nor fertilizers are used, and regular ploughing controls weeds. The common thread is a fundamental respect for the soil, which is essential for Patrick, a longtime student of Chablis’ terroirs.

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Tasting Notes

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On the nose
Always the most immediately accessible of Patrick’s village Chablis, this bottling captures notes of delicate citrus, stone fruit and white flowers.
On the palate
It is wrapped in a buttery texture filled with bright, energetic saline notes and racy acidity.
Product Notes
The vineyard is located on the left bank of the Serein river, below the Montmains premier cru, right below Les Forêts on a 1.8-hectare parcel within the original historic AOC Chablis boundaries. The vines face north-by-northwest and are planted in 100% Kimmeridgian limestone and clay, whose origin dates back to the 200-million-year old Jurassic period.