From vines planted in 1933. 70% vinified in tank and 30% in oak, less than 2% new). 'A plot planted in 1933 by the late Guy Moreau, this has a finer edge and a more chalky, reserved feel than the regular bottling of Vaillons. The palate has a glossy and gently pithy feel and a fuller finish. Drink on release.' (91-92) points. - Nick Stock, JamesSuckling.com, August 2019.
One of the oldest and most respected names in Chablis, this branch of the Moreau family is headed by Christian and now his son Fabien who is the winemaker and manager.
Possessing magnificent vineyard holdings built up in some of the very best vineyard areas of Chablis by the family over generations (including nearly 8 hectares out of Chablis' total 92 hectares of Grand cru), this small but remarkable estate has in just a few years established itself as one of the leading producers of Chablis producing consistently outstanding wines.
A combination of exceptional vineyard sites, old vines, brilliant winemaking and fastidious care in every step of production has resulted in these wines being regarded as amongst the very best produced in Chablis. These are wines of precision, crystal clear typicity, and elegance, that will age classically while enabling tremendous enjoyment throughout their lives. - Importer Note
|Product Type||Wine White Chardonnay|