Burgundy is the birthplace of Chardonnay where almost 50% of this grape variety if planted. Chardonnay finds in Burgundy an ideal situation with the terroirs of marl, limestone and a semi-continental climate. The ‘lieux-dits’ of Burgundy adorn the palette of Burgundy Chardonnay. Situated between the rock of Solutre in Maconnais and Moulin-a-Vent in Beaujolais, Maison Jean Loron is one of the oldest and largest vineyard owners in the South of Burgundy.
Fermentation in French oak barrels for more than half of the volume. The wine is aged in fine lees with stirring of the lees in the barrels for 8-10 months, always with the same proportion of barrels. New barrels and barrels of 1 and 1 years.