NOSE: Extremely elegant. Predominant notes of fresh fruit (apple, pear and blackberry) with a slight hint of oak. PALATE: Rich, well-balanced with apple and honey. Food and wine pairing Because of its specific terroir, Chablis is known to be the perfect companion of oysters, but more generally it can be served with every type of sea food. Besides, it goes very well with some types of exotic cuisine (japanese, indian) or even poultry terrines. Serving suggestions Serve ideally cool, between 10° and 12°C. Ageing potential Generally speaking, it is preferable to drink Chablis wines in their youth so as to best appreciate their distinctive freshness, but they may be aged for 2 to 4 years.