Louis Jadot’s Chablis wine is made from 100% Chardonnay, fermented in tanks and then aged for about 9-12 months before bottling.
It is straw yellow in color, clear, with a taste and aroma that develops quickly.

We recommend serving it cold, great as an accompaniment throughout the meal.

The Maison, founded in 1859 by Louis Jadot, directed for three generations by the Jadot family and for 30 years by André Gagey, is currently run by his son Pierre Henry Gagey. Jadot owns some of the most prestigious vineyards in Burgundy.

The new winery in Beaune, the founding of Tonnellerie Cadus and the continued acquisition of prestigious vineyards are expressions of Jadot’s desire to operate increasingly meticulous control over natural and human resources and tools aimed at making high-quality wines.

The most prestigious part of Burgundy, the Côte d’Or, is divided into the regions of the Côte de Nuits, where only Pinot Noir is produced, and the Côte de Beaune, which is also a land of very fine white wines.

In Burgundy, wine classifications are intrinsically linked to individual vineyards, and thus the two highest categories of the quality system (Grand Cru and Premier Cru) refer exclusively to them.