CHABLIS

The Chablis vines are located on clay-limestone soil. The subsoil comes from the Kimmeridgian, which brings the famous  minerality  to our wines.
The grape variety is Chardonnay.
The plants have an average age of 35 years.

This Chablis is a fine accompaniment to white meats in sauces, fish and shellfish.



Le Chablis 2018:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 90/100
Silver medal at the Concours Général Agricole in Paris.



Le Chablis 2019:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 90/100

PETIT CHABLIS

The vines of Petit Chablis are located on clay-limestone soil.  
The subsoil comes from the Kimmeridgian, which brings the famous  minerality  to our wines.

The parcels of Petit Chablis are rather located on the edge of the Chablis appellation.
The grape variety is Chardonnay.
The plants have an average age of 30 years.


This Petit Chablis is a fine accompaniment to

 shellfish, crustaceans and of course as an aperitif.



Le Petit Chablis 2018:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 88/100
 Silver medal at the Concours Général Agricole in Paris.
Le Petit Chablis 2019:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 88/100

Bourgogne Chardonnay

The vines of Burgundy are located on clay-limestone soil. The subsoil is Portlandian, the classic subsoil of Burgundy.
The Burgundy plots are located in the commune of Préhy, the only commune in Chablis to have the Burgundy appellation.
The grape variety is Chardonnay.
The plants have an average age of 10 years.


Bourgogne Chardonnay 2018:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 88/100
Gold medal at the Concours Général Agricole in Paris.
Silver medal at the LYON international competition


Bourgogne Chardonnay 2019:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 88/100

 

Bourgogne ALIGOTÉ

The vines of Burgundy are located on clay-limestone soil. The subsoil is Portlandian, the classic subsoil of Burgundy.
The Burgundy plots are located in the commune of Préhy, the only commune in Chablis to have the Burgundy appellation.
The grape variety is Aligoté, which is the other white grape of Burgundy.
The plants have an average age of 15 years.
The aligoté will accompany your aperitifs in the garden, a barbecue, or an evening with friends, it is the ideal companion for a convivial moment.


Bourgogne Aligoté 2018:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 88/100
Gold medal at the LYON international competition


Bourgogne Aligoté 2019:
Gold medal at the Gilbert et Gaillard international challenge. 88/100