|Composition of the land
||Secondary age limestone layers, in the continuation of Mercurey.
||By hand, in small open crates in order to preserve the integrity of the fruit.
||Pressing: very slow so as to respect fruit. Juices from the very last pressings are not retained.
||6 to 8 months in barrels (20% in new oak).
||It is a wine with a delicate structure, which goes well with sea and fresh water fish; it is also excellent with aged cheeses and white meats. Try it with a nice baked trout.
||Price Joseph Drouhin Rully Blanc 2017 € 23.10