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Lamblin & Fils Maligney-les-Chablis [Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay]

Lamblin & Fils Maligney-les-Chablis [Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay]

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  • Terrific mineral expression and depth at Mâcon-like pricing.
  • The main base comes from Jurassic; from the Kimmeridgian some 150 million years ago. There is thus a deposit of tiny oysters deposits in the rocks, remnants of the warm and shallow seas that covered Burgundy at the time.
  • Chablis is the world’s most famous French white wine appellation! Main characteristic : Minerality!

Composition: 100% Chardonnay

Elaboration: Meticulous sorting, fermentation and aging in stainless steel tanks. Natural malolactic fermentation. Cold storage in an isothermal tank to promote the precipitation of tartaric acid. Light filtration on Kieselguhr to naturally clarify the wine.

Tasting Notes: Golden color with bright reflections. Nose offering beautiful aromas of white flowers mixed with fine and delicate citrus fruit aromas evolving towards ripe fruit notes. Good attack in the mouth. The developed flavors are fruity and nuanced by very beautiful mineral notes. Good length on the palate.


One of the more prolific houses in Burgundy, this Chablis based firm has been under family control for 300 years now and run by Didier Lamblin and his brother Michel. Home base for Lamblin is on the northern edge of the village of Maligny, which is also the northernmost tip of the region’s Kimmeridgian soils. You can think of Lamblin as a “hybrid” negociant – About 20% of Lamblin’s production comes from their own vineyard land, and the remainder from partner growers. We’ve long found tremendous value in their Bourgogne Rouge and Bourgogne Blanc bottlings, and those remain our focus from Lamblin in terms of selection.


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