Grape marc of Chardonnay Grand Cru
The grape seeds and stems are derived from the Chardonnay grape marc of the prestigious Climat "Clos des Hospices dans les Clos Chablis Grand Cru" of the Louis Moreau estate in Chablis.
Grape seeds + Grape skin + Stems (Structure of a grape cluster) = Dry residues resulting from pressing or crushing of grapes as well as maceration = GRAPE MARC.
In winemaking, grape marc is the set of dry residues resulting from pressing = waste from the production of wine and grape juice.
Pressing involves pressing the grapes to extract the must or grape juice.
Pressing allows obtaining two parts:
1) The liquid used in particular for the production of wine.
2) The other, solid (the waste), which constitutes the grape marc.
Grape marc concentrates a wide variety of polyphenols (= antioxidants) to fight against the effects of time. It is also known for its slimming and anti-cellulite action.