Wine: Drappier Charles de Gaulle
Varieties: 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay.
Elaboration: Only the juices from the first press – the cuvés – are used. Low pressure mechanical presses. Use of gravity to avoid pumping, which prevents oxidation. Minimal use of sulphur. Natural settlement. Alcoholic fermentation for about 2 weeks at low temperature. Then natural and complete malolactic fermentation. No filtration. Blending: 100% of the wines are aged in vats in order to maintain maximum freshness. After bottling, the cuvé matures for at least 3 years on slats. Dose: 7.5 g/l.
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