In a nutshell:
A bright, well balanced and unoaked Mâcon White.
A blend of wines from three vineyards within the appellation. After blending it's aged for two months prior to bottling to allow the components to fully integrate and the result is a typically upfront Burgundian Chardonnay with a hint of buttery shortbread on the palate alongside the appealing crispness and green apple fruit.
When to drink:
Baked, or grilled fish suit it well, or a dish of Mediterranean roasted vegetables.