As with the Petit Chablis, the domain has nearly 12ha planted in the Chablis classification, all of it (like the Petit) planted in the Maligny commune except for 1ha in the little valley of Fontenay heading toward the Grand Crus. He has eight parcels ranked Chablis, and the average age of the vines is 30 years.
”The 2020 Chablis has a fresh, earthy bouquet that unfolds with aeration to reveal light marine notes. The taut, fresh palate is well balanced with fine acidity and a crisp, malic finish that does its job without frills. If that's what you want, then this is just the ticket.” 89 points, Neal Martin, Vinous, October 2021.
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