Aromas of underripe yellow apple, Meyer lemon and white peach. The palate is lean and precise with chalky minerality and a long finish.
Amazing pairing with oysters or a lemon butter pasta.
Domaine Moreau-Naudet will always hold a very sentimental place in our hearts. Arden and Margaux visited Stéphane in 2016 after one of the worst hailstorms that hit Burgundy in years. Stéphane had lost almost 80% of his crop the night before our visit and he still welcomed us with a big smile and open arms the next morning.
“Stéphane Moreau may be very young but he’s already been making wine for more than a decade and that he possesses a gifted touch is evident to anyone who has had the pleasure of tasting his wines. One of the strengths of the young is that they’re open minded to new ideas and Moreau told me that he has begun experimenting with biodynamie….. I find Moreau to be one of the most exciting young growers in Chablis and his wines are well worth the trouble to get to know if you haven’t yet tried them.” — ALLEN MEADOWS, BURGHOUND
Stéphane passed away in September 2016, just a few months after our visit. After a period of uncertainty, Stéphane’s wife, Virginie, and his assistant winemaker voiced a strong commitment to continuing Stéphane’s vision. 2015 was the last vintage Stéphane made but subsequent vintages have remained true to his style.