In 1998, Cyril Testut took over the family Domain, established by his father Philippe Testut in 1967. The Domain and vineyards are located in the historic heart of the vineyards traditionally defined by the Cistercian monks. Highly developed root system of vines from Testut Domain draw deep richness of the soil mineral iodine which has led to the great reputation of this Chablis wine.
The bouquet is rich and intense, absorbing well the oak ageing. The palate is impressive, rich with a classic steeliness that gives the wine an impressive rigidity.
Great paired with sea bream with ratatouille and brown rice.
The wine is made using 52 year old vines. 83% was fermented in steel tank with the remaining 17% in 600 litre oak barrels.