Christophe Patrice Chablis 1er Cru Beauregards 2021
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 4 g/l
  • Medium Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 12% alc./vol

Christophe Patrice Chablis 1er Cru Beauregards 2021

Burgundy,
Regular price $45.95per bottle ($551.40per case)
12 bottles per case
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Light & Crisp

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Originally from Beine, Christophe Patrice has been working on the family estate with his father and uncles since 1996. In the spirit of freedom, he set out on his own with a 5 hectare vineyard in 2006. In 2011, he took over the Daniel Roblot estate, which is a 19 hectare vineyard, with an average vine age of 45 years. Contrary to what is practiced by a large majority of Chablis winegrowers, the vines are planted in low density at a rate of 5,800 vines per hectare. 

A fine and aromatic nose with aromas of white flowers and citrus fruits with hints of flint and minerality in the background. The palate is balanced and lively with continued notes of white grapefruit citrus, crunchy yellow apple and spritzes of saline that dance into the finish. Bright and vibrate without being austere, offering fine texture and finesse. 

Pair this wine with classics like oysters and other seafood fare. 

Press Reviews

Gilbert et Gaillard

Gold Medal

Brilliant light yellow color with green reflections. Racy nose combining citrus fruits, delicate floral note, mineral background. Generous, fleshy, rich palate, combining depth, finesse and aromatic precision, pleasant intensity. A very convincing wine.

Wine Align - John Szabo, MS

93 points

Classically lactic and creamy on the nose and palate, with lemon yoghurt and fresh bread dough aromas and flavours, if a little more on the oxidative side of the spectrum, 2019 is clearly a ripe and generous vintage for Patrice. The density is amplified by the Beauregard cru, a southerly left bank cru with full south exposure. The signature acids of the region shine through nonetheless, sweeping through the long finish. The wines gains with aeration so be sure to carafe if serving now, or cellar into the mid-late-'20s. Lovely stuff. Tasted November 2021.