Chablis

  • Chablis: Domaine Guitton Michel Premier Cru Montmains 2009

    Chablis: Domaine Guitton Michel Premier Cru Montmains 2009

    A top quality Chablis from the Premier Cru vineyard of Montmains (just South-West of the town of Chablis itself), that shows a pale straw colour with floral aromas and a complex palate with classic 'wet pebble' mineral tastes, rich fruit and a long, dry finish.

    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
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  • 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 2012

    Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2012

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

    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
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Chablis wines

Chablis Wine - Buy Wine from the Chablis Region of France

Chablis is the northernmost district of Burgundy, lying 130 km north-west of the Côte d’Or along the A6 in the département of the Yonne. The vine area surrounds the town, which itself lies in a hollow. The best vineyards lie on the slopes surrounding the town, with the (seven) best Grand Cru vineyards congregated together on the south-west facing hillside. Chardonnay, known locally as Beaunois, is the dominant grape.
A whistle-stop trip to Burgundy en route to the Loire last Spring found Martine Michel and Patrice Guitton of Domaine Guitton- Michel on good form, albeit contemplating retirement. and Patrice have gradually been transferring their vine holdings over to Martine’s son Christophe Camu, who is a seasoned wine-maker in his own right, but are, for the time being, keeping their hands in with small parcels of vines in all 3 of Chablis’ upper qualitative tiers.