This classic Chablis has all the hallmarks one would expect but with an added depth and complexity thanks to the old vines. Crisp and clean with a citrus and mineral dominate nose, the palate is layered, complex and precise with more citrus fruit and beautifully balanced acidity. Classy and hugely satisfying.
Domaine Alexandre is a family business handed down over three generations. Brothers Guy and Olivier run the estate today, which is set over 13 hectares of vineyards in the heart of Chablis. The vineyards are worked with great care and yields are kept low to produce expressive wines with concentrated fruit.
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