This Chablis hails from a small vineyard (just 12 hectares) consisting of Kimmeridian soils, which give this wine the classic gunflint and wet stone characteristics. After fermentation, the Chablis is in contact with the lees for eight months to develop further richness and body. The resulting wine is pure and fresh with aromas of citrus, green apple and a hint of apricot. Overall this Chablis has excellent acidity with an enjoyable minerality. The fact it’s also organic is a bonus.
You can read more about the winemakers: Les Hauts de Milly.