The origin of the word "Crays" comes from the celtic term "cracos" meaning "stony hill". This medieval term in Burgundy is associated to stony screes and alluvial cones forming a very good substratum for the vine. It mainly reveals "premiers crus" wines, among the best terroirs.
This wine reveals an appealing freshness. It combines the maturity of the fruit and freshness over an almost salty structure. Showing a shining colour, a nose reminiscent of flower and peach, and a full mouth with a mineral finish. It can be served with summer salads, raw or grilled fish, tempura, roast chicken, vegetable and prawn wok, goat cheese.