Since 1859, Louis Jadot have been a leading producer of fine French wine. Burgundy’s reputation for delivering such high quality wines stems from the unique growing conditions in every vineyard. Variables such as climate, soil and aspect are celebrated by Louis Jadot, rather than supressed, to release a plethora of flavours in their wines.
The source of this wine in particular is the village of Loché in the south of Burgundy, close to Macon, hence the name. The fruit comes from local vineyards of superior quality, which produces a dry chardonnay which is very easy to drink, with flavours of citrus, pear and peach apparent on the palate. No oak has been used in the process of producing the wine, which means the fruit flavour is well enhanced. Notes of green apple and a long lasting mineral finish complete this balanced chardonnay, which can be paired with sea food, poultry or goat’s cheese.