Chablis Grand Cru "Moutonne" - Monopole

Domaine Long-Depaquit




AOC Grand cru

Grape variety


Formerly owned by the monks of the Pontigny Abbey, Monopole du Domaine Long-Depaquit "Moutonne" is a plot that is sheltered within a natural amphitheatre at the heart of the Grand Crus, the historic part of the Chablis vineyards that dates back over one thousand years.
Located in both "Vaudésir" (95%) and "Preuses" (5%), this south/south-east facing plot with its ideal location and shape enable it to capture all of the sun's rays. The steep slope (nearly 40%) in the central part of the plot protects the vines from the North winds. Traversed by a wall, the lower part of the plot yields wines that are rich and structured while the grapes hailing from the upper part lend the blend its floral aspect and tautness.


Complex nose that combines notes of white and yellow-fleshed fruit, citrus, and delicate flower scents. The palate is full and generous, marked by the minerality due to the marls found in this micro-terroir. This wine features pleasing freshness, a slight hint of well-integrated oak and exceptional length on the palate.

Food/wine pairing

Taste this wine with finely prepared fine fish and crustaceans (lobster, rock lobster …), or with roasted or stewed poultry and white meats.
Recipe suggestion: chicken with morel mushrooms

Serving and keeping

Serve between 12 and 14°C (53-57°F).
Aging potential: 5 to 10 years and more.


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