Type: White Wine
Château de Béru has been around since the 12th century & in the family for 400 years. This Chablis is produced from a hillside vineyard rich in Kimmeridgian soil, mainly composed of crushed limestone and marine fossils. The vines are approximately 30 years old. After a conversion to organic viticulture, the domain now also works biodynamically.
This is a single-vineyard Chablis, from a site at the top of the Beru hill in the heart of the appellation, named after the local paths of the priests and pilgrims that led all the way to Santiago de Compostela.
Aged for 12 months in old oak barrels and a further year in a stainless steel to tighten it up, this is a bracing, linear wine, made with no additions other than a tiny amount of sulfur.