Heimbourger Domain Chablis, Bourgogne, Irancy


Pale gold in color, this wine expresses a fresh, lively, mineral nose of flint, with hints of almond and citrus.

On the palate, its aromas retain the freshness characteristic of Chablis, with a long, smooth aftertaste. In addition to citrus, there are notes of acacia, fresh apple and licorice.

Chablis can be aged for up to 5 years, becoming rounder with age and taking on notes of undergrowth and mushrooms such as mousseron.


Chablis can age for up to 5 years.

Food / wine pairings

A must for aperitifs, Chablis can be enjoyed with fish and poultry terrines, cooked fish or scallops.

But Chablis also goes well with exotic cuisine (curry, tandoori dishes) or sushi, as well as goat's cheese, Beaufort, Comté, Emmental or simply asparagus.