In a nutshell:
A lovely, ripe, rich and rounded wine that's a great advertisment for white Burgundy.
The well known Burgundy house of Louis Jadot make many different cuvées from top end to more modest appellations; all of them being made with the utmost care and attention. This chardonnay is made mainly with grapes from the Cote d'Or together with some Mâconnais fruit and is a wine that's full of ripe fruit character, lovely weight and an elegant freshness. Judicious use of oak during maturation gives a slight vanilla touch making it very well balanced and highly-drinkable.
When to drink:
Great on its own and when pairing with food roast pork and crispy crackling come to mind.