A mineral and exotic chardonnay from foreign soil ... well, foreign, it's calcareous terroir from the Lanquedoc.The rough, white rocky soils in Prüfer's vineyards is full of fossils, which makes them very special.That this soil contains lime and fossils is due to the Jura.Not the wine region, but the geological time, about 200 million years ago, when the dinosaurs ruled and sea levels worldwide were high, leaving much of France under salty water teeming with sea urchins, starfish, oysters, fish, crustaceans and corals. These animals left a layer of lime on the seabed ... And chardonnay loves lime - just look at Champagne, Burgundy and the Jura.Axel Prüfer thus has very special vineyards ... He harvests his chardonnay in two rounds: the first for the freshness, the second for the fruit and the richness.That works.Try it.
A mineral and exotic chardonnay from foreign soil ... well, foreign, it's calcareous terroir from th..
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