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a classic, fat chardonnay

This light yellow Patapouf chardonnay originates from the Languedoc. The ageing of the wine in wood provides a very pleasant creaminess in the wine. A perfect example of a classic, fat chardonnay. The scent of this wine will remind you of butter and vanilla, which also reflects in the taste of this wine. Robust and tough in the finish and lush, creamy and fat in the aftertaste.

All you need to know about our Chardonnay

Origin France
Region Languedoc-Roussillon
Grape variety Chardonnay
Sizes 75 cl,150 cl,300 cl, 500 cl, 1500 cl

The Languedoc-Rousillon

The Languedoc-Rousillon (formerly known as Pays d’Oc) is a region in the south of France, which runs from Nîmes to Banyuls. This is the largest wine region in France. Due to the dry climate, many hours of sunshine and its location on the Méditerranée, the Languedoc-Rousillon offers the ideal climatic conditions for viticulture. This relatively young wine region has experienced tremendous growth in a short amount of time. Languedoc has changed it’s direction over time. From mainly mass production in the past to creating high quality wines nowadays, which are made with respect for nature and terroir.

The story behind the bottle

The chardonnay grapes are picked by hand at night. The grapes are then gently pressed and ready to be aged in wood. New and used oak barrels are being used in this process. A year later the wine is blended to achieve the ultimate balance. This is followed by a bottle aging of several months to allow the wine to settle down. After this the bottles are ready for use. Buttery with a hint of vanilla is what describes the taste of our chardonnay best. Robust and tough at first and luscious, creamy, and fat in the aftertaste.

Le Patapouf chardonnay food pairing ideas

  • Grilled fish, such as sole and halibut
  • Shellfish, like lobster, shrimp, crab and scallops
  • Roasted chicken
  • Oriental cuisine.