Tasting Notes: Brioche, Citrus, Apple, Mineral
Jean-Marc Brocard learned the art of the vine with Emile Petit, his stepfather, and his cousin, P’tit Louis. In 1973, Jean-Marc Brocard chose to settle in Préhy and build his own Domaine in the middle of vineyards. Today, a large part of the vineyard is cultivated according to the practices of organic and biodynamic farming.
This wine oozes class and elegance. It's deftly balanced and medium bodied with great depth and medium acid. The palate is clean and harmonious with flavors of lemon, grapefruit, hazelnuts, toast, apple, pear, beeswax, mineral, and a touch of cream. Think salad or white fleshed fish or poultry in cream sauce.