Soon to be making two other wines called 'Le Hammond' and 'Le Clarkson', Didier Charton-Vachet took over the vineyards of his father in law, Jean Vachet, in 1993. Le May is actually a parcel of wines in the village of Saint Vallerin that from where this gorgeous, linear unoaked Chardonnay comes from.
Fresh, fruity and supple, this wine is an easy every day drinker from a great Rhone producer. Contains Sulphites
Dehydrated raspberries and strawberries with some lovely chorizo like spice and a bit of gentle alcohol warmth. It is just a really tasty, summery wine.
Dark fruit, leather and liquorice with a balanced cherry and spice palate and a hint of green on the finish. Contains Sulphites