Jean-Baptiste Ponsot, Rully En Bas de Vauvy, France, 2019
The soils in Macon and the Côte Chalonnaise share some common characteristics – Jurassic limestone soils dominant. In some villages, some soils assemblages content a high level of clay while others are Jurassic assemblages where hard limestones and softer marls alternate. Variations in the Mâconnais landform has led to more diversity of soils like brown limestone, clayey, and sandy soils mixed with sandstone pebbles. Vines growing around Solutré are rooted in red marls that have been covered with limestone scree.
Rully En Bas De Vauvry has an aromatic expression of citrus, apple, pear with aromas of almonds in the background. Fresh, fruity and lively attack, with lemon notes, followed by pear and almonds.
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