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Georges Deschamps Chablis 1er Cru Fourchaume ‘Les Vaupulans’ 2020

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The Wine

This wine originates from the Premier Cru Fourchaume in the Lieu-Dit of Les Vaupulans, renowned for its opulent and fruit-rich wines, which stand out even among other Chablis sites. It is frequently likened to the Grand Cru sites of the Fontenay Valley. Elevating from Petit Chablis and Chablis, the 1er Cru Fourchaume offers layers of complexity akin to a flawlessly crafted morning croissant, its richness further enhanced by prolonged ageing on lees and in older oak barrels. It presents notes of lemon, almond oil, golden apples, and a hint of local honey, all underpinned by the characteristic Chablis acidity and structure. It is a wine that's both precise and sumptuous.

The Details
Variety - Chardonnay
Country - France
Region - Chablis
Extra - Cork
Year - 2020
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

Owned and managed by Guillaume Vrignaud, thje Domaine takes its name from Guillaume's grandfather. The Vrignaud family has been settled in the village of Fontenay-pres-Chablis for five generations.  The Domaine is one of a handful of family estates to produce organic wine in Chablis. The family has the utmost respect for nature and biodiversity and has always been working their land in an organic way. In 2009 the Domaine received organic certification but to Guillaume, organic farming goes beyond what any certification requires and is more a way of living. Guillaume aims to produce wines that reflect both their origin and climate. As a result, intervention in the cellar is very low and is often a slow process that respects the personality of the wine and the vintage.