Maison Louis Jadot was founded in 1859 by Louis Henry Denis Jadot. He quickly developed a reputation as a high quality producer and his aim was to build his reputation as a top quality winemak... Read More
"I was a bit surprised when Frédéric Barnier decided to serve the Chevalier “les Demoiselles” ahead of the Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet, but after putting my nose in the glass, I could see why... Read More
The Louis Jadot Chablis has a very nice golden yellow colour. It is a lipid, bright and fresh wine, which taste and bouquet develop relatively quickly.
It should be served chilled, and can be ... Read More
Maison Louis Jadot produces a Pouilly Fuissé with emerald gold tones which reflect a wine of finesse and distinction; the tasting is harmonious, fresh, full of flavours with hazelnuts, toasted... Read More
Dry and easy to drink, lively and charming, this is a fruity wine with a floral scent and a hint of lemon, the Mâcon Villages should be drunk chilled and rather young.
This wine goes very well... Read More
"After the stunningly brilliant 2010 Clos St. Jacques from Louis Jadot, I was prepared for
a slight letdown with the 2011, but this wine is absolutely stunning and may well be an equal for the... Read More
Bright red-ruby. Redcurrant licorice and oak aromas. Ripe and sweet if smaller-scaled than the Vaucrains with red berry flavors nicely framed by ripe acidity. Exuberant but not as powerful as ... Read More
Very rare! Nicolas Potel is known for his delicious red Burgundies; however when we got the opportunity to snatch up one of his rare white Burgundies and a Vieilles Vignes (old vines) Puligny-... Read More