Chablis is a reference appellation throughout the world. The Chablis vineyard extends over more than ten communes, more than 3000 hectares and all of it is made of Chardonnay.
Situation géographique et terroir
The Chablis vineyard extends over more than ten communes, more than 3000 hectares and all of it is made of Chardonnay. Chablis is a reference appellation throughout the world and has even abusively given its name to all sorts of white wines. It owes its fame to its terroir, the Kimmeridgian limestone and its cooler climate than the rest of Burgundy.
Immediately after the harvest, the grapes are pressed in whole bunches in a pneumatic press, then we statically settle the juice for 24 hours at 12°C to preserve its freshness. The wine is then aged on fine lees in stainless steel tanks for 10 months and then bottled quickly in order to "lock in the fruit", the real treat of this wine.
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