This single-vineyard Chardonnay is produced in the village of Péronne, in the heart of the Maconnais region in Burgundy, from 40 year-old vines planted on the limestone based soils of the Mount Epin.
A beautiful golden color with green reflections, delicate toasty notes and attractive aromas of citrus and ripe summer fruits combine with floral and honey nuances that are typical of the old vines.
Fresh, ample and full-bodied on the palate, the wine is perfect by itself as an aperitif and delicious during the meal.
Excellent with poultry and veal. Can be also enjoyed with soft cheeses.
"Burgundy’s Mâcon region is famous for affordable chardonnays that offer terrific value. This one delivers layers of orchard fruit flavors with a slight floral accent, like slices of ripe peach drizzled with wildflower honey. The wine is not at all sweet, though — it is tight and minerally with a long persistence. You may be tempted to drink this on its own, but it should pair well with all sorts of poultry and seafood dishes."
- The Washington Post (February 2022), *** Extraordinary
Domaine Maurice Martin was established in 1974. Maurice is the father of Richard and Stéphane Martin of Domaine de la Croix Senaillet.
The label today is an exact replica of the ...