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The terroir

Crossed by the Serein, the vineyard of Chablis was truly flourishing in the 12th century thanks to the Cistercian monks who proved their passion and skills in the wine area. And it is both a glorious and unfortunate destiny that the vineyard has experienced since that time. Totally destroyed by the phylloxera in 1893, the vineyard was completely recovered and nowadays stands as a nature’s masterpiece.
The specific soil of the Chablis vineyard, inherited from the presence of the sea in the Mesozoic era, gives the wine a iodine hint and a particular mineralty that seduce the whole world.