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The most of Chablis’s parcels are situated in the town of Fleys but also in the towns of Chichée and Fontenay. The whole surface of Chablis is 12 hectares , with most of the vines facing North and North West. It is on Kimmeridgian soil composed of clay and limestone. 

The wine are well balanced between the powerful and the freshness.
A nice complexity , good aromatic intensity on white fruit with a hint of floral & mineral notes on the length.

With 18 ha of holdings in some of the most desirable sites on the slopes along the Serein, the Grossot family has developed an exceptional reputation over their three generation tenure. Their production is split into roughly a third of holdings in premier crus, notably Vaucoupin and Fourneux and two thirds of Chablis AOC. Corrine and Jean-Pierre were joined by their daughter Eve in 2010, she championed the transition to organic practices, they were certified in 2010. The wines are also vegan friendly.

Chablis is detached from the greater part of Burgundy, it is actually closer to Champagne. The region is famous for its Jurassic Kimmeridgean soils that combined with the cool climate present a electric brightness to Chardonnay grown in in the region.

Grossot 2021 Chablis

SKU: 859863
Regular price $47.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Burgundy

VARIETAL: Chardonnay

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FORMAT: 750 ML

The most of Chablis’s parcels are situated in the town of Fleys but also in the towns of Chichée and Fontenay. The whole surface of Chablis is 12 hectares , with most of the vines facing North and North West. It is on Kimmeridgian soil composed of clay and limestone. 

The wine are well balanced between the powerful and the freshness.
A nice complexity , good aromatic intensity on white fruit with a hint of floral & mineral notes on the length.

With 18 ha of holdings in some of the most desirable sites on the slopes along the Serein, the Grossot family has developed an exceptional reputation over their three generation tenure. Their production is split into roughly a third of holdings in premier crus, notably Vaucoupin and Fourneux and two thirds of Chablis AOC. Corrine and Jean-Pierre were joined by their daughter Eve in 2010, she championed the transition to organic practices, they were certified in 2010. The wines are also vegan friendly.

Chablis is detached from the greater part of Burgundy, it is actually closer to Champagne. The region is famous for its Jurassic Kimmeridgean soils that combined with the cool climate present a electric brightness to Chardonnay grown in in the region.