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.
The Montserre single vineyard is located on the highest point of the hill of Béru. Literally translated, this means "mountain of the serres", the "serres" denoting a typical geological feature of piled-up, fossilised, sharp limestone layers. The distinctive wines of this barren terroir have a strong personality due to their texture and concentration, producing wines with mineral-salty as well as smoky notes with a hint of iodine.
Lovely and floral, bright acidity and strong minerality with notes of lemon, lime and green apple, and a creamy finish.