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The Burgundian-style Csobánc Chardonnay, which comes from the brown forest soil with sand ridges and basalt debris. The must, coming from the low-yield grapes planted in 2009, was fermented in barrels, in which it was also aged for a year. The high-quality, 300-litre oak barrels made in the Burgundy cooperage of François Frères, above the commune of Saint-Romain, dry for three years in the fresh and clean air of Côte de Beaune, without watering for three years. Owing to the partial malolactic fermentation, the wine is creamy and buttery, while it also shows the zestiness of the terroir. It’s subtly oaky with aromas of white-fleshed and tropical fruit on the nose, with cool minerality, and a rich, layered palate.