Picq Chablis Vieilles Vignes


Wine label
Bottle sizes:750 ML
Vineyard:From three plots of vines that are all over 50 years old.
Orientation:Multiple parcels, varied exposure
Soil:clay and limestone (kimmeridgian)
Viticulture:Hand Harvested
Vinification:Fermented in stainless steel using indiginous yeasts
Aging:stainless steel


Wine advocate: (90-92)
The 2016 Chablis Vieilles Vignes comes from three parcels that offered just 25 hectoliters this vintage. I love the way those wet limestone scents just pour from the glass. This could only come from one place. The palate is crisp and taut, perhaps just a touch more weight in the mouth than the Vaudécorse and a touch more persistence on the marine influenced, saline finish. Give this a year in bottle if you can because it is a classy, vibrant Chablis.
Antonio Galloni: 88-90
Full yellow with green highlights. Good lift to the aromas of mandarin orange, pink grapefruit and lemon zest. At once rich and quite dry, conveying a creamy quality and displaying the exotic fruit character that's typical of the Picq wines from ripe years. This fruit bomb finishes a bit youthfully aggressive but not harsh, with a floral nuance.