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Famille Gueguen, Chablis 2021, Burgundy

Famille Gueguen, Chablis 2021, Burgundy

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Céline & Frédéric Gueguen practice low intervention techniques to get the most from their Chardonnay grapes. They use natural yeasts and the wine completes malolatic fermentation and spends 12 months on its fine lees, adding a weightiness to the palate.

It is well-balanced and slightly racy. There are notes of lemon, quince and white flowers. There is a steely minerality, as you;d expect from good Chablis, with a hint of almond.

The palate is fruity, well-balanced and silky. In the mouth this wine expresses notes of ripe peach, apricot and slight touches of quince, ripe pear a hint of lemon, and a touch of clementine. Good length.

Sushi, sashimi, scallop carpaccio or a seafood platter would all be excellent food pairings.

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 12.5%
Current Stock: 201
BIN: BTL-0435
Vegan: Yes
Vegetarian: Yes
Style: White
Designation: AOC Chablis

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One of the world’s most popular grapes, Chardonnay is made in a wide range of styles from lean, sparkling Blanc de Blancs to rich, creamy white wines aged in oak.

Depending on how ripe the grapes get, the flavour ranges from crisp, clean citrus and green apple, to ripe peaches and tropical fruit. Notable Chardonnays can be found in France, California, Australia, England, and beyond. 


Burgundy, France

Burgundy (or Bourgogne in French) is small in size, the Côte d'Or has about 8000 hectares under vine, yet its influence is immense. It is home to some of the best known and most expensive wines in the world. Look in the right places and there is great quality and superb value to be found.

The two major grapes are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, though you can find small pockets of well-made Aligoté.


Céline and Frédéric Gueguen, Famille Gueguen

The family is based in Chablis between the Auxerrois and Chablis vineyards. The estate is made up of 36 hectares of vines in the villages of Chablis, Chichée, la Chapelle Vaupelteigne, Saint-Bris and Irancy.

Céline has a long heritage in the Chablis region. Winegrowers since the 16th century, her family has been working vineyards and mills around the city of Auxerre ever since.