Chablis Wine

  • Chablis: Domaine Guitton Michel Grand Cru Les Clos 2009

    Chablis: Domaine Guitton Michel Grand Cru Les Clos 2009

    A complex Grand Cru Chablis with from the celebrated Les Clos vineyard (just above the town of Chablis itself) that has a pale straw colour and delicate floral aromas leading to a classic ‘nervy’ palate of gun-flint mineral tastes over ripe orchard fruit underscored by a fine acidity and a long, dry, elegant finish.

    • Bottle £37.95
    • Bottle Case £455.40
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  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2011

    Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2011

    Reliable, unoaked Chablis from a talented, sixth generation winemaker.

    • Half Bottle £8.75
    • Half Bottle Case £210.00
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  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2013

    Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2013

    Christophe Camu’s generic Chablis is 'bien classique'. Made from pure Chardonnay grown on free-draining, calciferous soil, it has a limpid, golden-green hue, green apple aromas and fresh, fruit-laden palate underscored by a nervy minerality.

    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
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  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 'Côte de Léchet' Premier Cru 2013

    Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 'Côte de Léchet' Premier Cru 2013

    Ratcheting up a gear in rank (and, bien sur, price) from the generic Chablis is Christophe’s 'Premier Cru' bottling from the Côte de Léchet climat. A top quality Chablis with inviting brioche, vanilla and wild flower scents and a weightier, more viscous palate than its junior sibling.

    • Bottle £20.75
    • Bottle Case £249.00
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Chablis wines

Chablis Wine

Just before last year’s wine list went to press we received news that we had been anticipating for quite some time – Patrice and Martine Guitton, our long-serving suppliers in Chablis, had finally taken full retirement and passed the last of their vine-holdings over to Martine’s son Christophe Camu. This made for a fairly seamless transition as we have known Christophe for many years and he is a gifted wine-maker in his own right. He is a sixth-generation vigneron and, unlike many of his contemporaries, is a native of the town of Chablis itself. He currently tends 8 hectares of vines and has vineholdings in all 4 qualitative classifications – Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru and Chablis Grand Cru.