Lemon Sole

Lemon Sole
Florence Cholet returned in 2014 to run the domain that has been in the family for four generations. Florence learned her trade across France, the US, and Australia, where she was perfecting the skills that she learned during her degree in Burgundy. She is a very ambitious winemaker and has changed many of the original vineyard practices, such as they no longer use pesticides or herbicides, and since 2016 they have been using wild years with light filtration. She limits the amount of new oak to 25%, and her wines are just brilliant with good texture and tension, which balances out beautifully the Puligny's drive with succulent fruit.

What to drink with... lemon sole.

This is a delicate flavoured dish on its own, so the best match will be a light, fresh white wine, such as our South African Force Majeure Chenin Blanc or Barton Chenin Blanc. If you’re saucing up your Lemon Sole, then opt for our Chablis or one of our pinks: Domaine de la Jolive, Sancerre Rosé, or Domaine Saint Hilaire Rosé. What if you’re making fish goujons with a herby bread-crumbed crust? We recommend our Grüner Veltliner Heiligenstein, a Sauvignon Blanc: Domaine Beauséjour les Grenettes or our refreshing Villa Sparina Gavi di Gavi. If you’re adding cheese to your goujons, the Chablis might be a better partner.

Lemon sole

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