This father and son estate produces one utterly perfect wine: a pure and refreshing Chardonnay, from the birthplace of the Chardonnay grape.
The 49 acres of vineyards lie predominantly within the commune of Chardonnay – thought to be the geographical origin of the variety, and thus entitled to use the AOC “Mâcon-Chardonnay.”
The estate is dedicated to the production of a single wine. Grapes are picked fairly early to maintain good acidity, and the wine is fermented and aged entirely in stainless steel.
The Talmards practice lutte raisonée and in general their approach both in the vineyard and cellar (native yeasts fermentations, no aging in barrel) is to in a straightforward manner transmit a pure, fresh fruit character in their wines.
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