Originally from Chablis, his family has exploited this terroir in Burgundy since 1663 and created an estate considered since 1850 as one of the flagships of the appellation.
From working in the vineyards during his youth to commercial management of several wine companies, he has traveled France and the world and has been able to identify the desires and needs of the most demanding wine lovers.
Chablis has a very particular and almost unique sedimentary basin in the world with a geological layer dating from the Upper Jurassic called Kimmeridgian. It is from this unique subsoil in Burgundy that Chablis wines draw their purity and minerality which has made their reputation throughout the world. More information on www.chablis.fr
A continental climate with often very hot summers and cold winters. Ideal for growing vines, the vines rest in winter for the start of flowering in June and a harvest from mid-September. The region is, however, very prone to spring frosts which can damage too early buds in mild winters.
A terroir where the Chardonnay grape variety is king. Rolling hillsides with varied exposures which give life to 42 Climats which all have their personalities. Chablis also has four levels of appellations from Petit Chablis to Premiers and Grands Crus where each appellation expresses its own character.