When we think Chablis, there are only a handful of producers that get us frothing with excitement and William Fevre stands tall as one of the masters of the region. Since 1959 the estate has been making this world famous style of unoaked Chardonnay. There’s a rich vein of citrus on the palate as well as the trademark minerality of the region. It’s detailed and intense with a strong citrus finish. A perfect example of Chablis that would pair with oysters.
Petit Chablis is a perfect introduction to the world of Chablis’ fine wines. Its Portlandian subsoil differs somewhat from other AOCs in the region. However, it still evokes Chablis characteristics with lovely freshness on the palate.
Tasting: Bouquet marked by great freshness. Fruity, floral and mineral notes. A light and lively wine
Food pairing: Seafood, oysters. Serve between 12°C to 14°C