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.
Dark fruit, leather and liquorice with a balanced cherry and spice palate and a hint of green on the finish. Contains Sulphites
National Delivery (up to 12 bottles)
Nice dark fruit, some spice coming through. A lovely bright earthy note and then some fresher floral (violet) and fruit with a dark plummy note. Well balanced, a bit of...