About This Wine
Deceptively weighty for a Chablis, the grapes for this wine come from 40 year old vines situated in the 1er Cru 'Montmains' vineyard. 20% of the wine is aged in old oak barrels producing a rich and creamy white.
On the nose, it’s all notes of white flowers, stone fruits, and tart bright citrus. The palate opens beautifully, round and creamy in texture with honeyed notes leading to a lively yet lingering finish.
It’s Chablis with a bit of muscularity to it, and we like it. No we love it.
About Vincent Tremblay
A 3rd-generation winemaker, Vincent Tremblay is located in the small town of Poinchy, where his grandparents moved in 1950, planting vines the following year.
Vincent farms 30 ha of vineyard and produce wines from 4 different AOC Chablis appellations. Their wines are made with love, great care and a distinct attention to detail.
Farming organically, the wines of Vincent Tremblay are true expressions of Chablis.