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LA CHABLISIENNE – THE MINERAL TOUCH

La Chablisienne was founded in 1923. It has 1,261 Ha of vineyards with 284 growers. Annually it produces 730,000 cases of wine. Coming from a mosaic of “climats”, or vineyard plots, these wines provide a pallet of emotions marked with a truly mineral touch.

La Chablisienne is a producer of 4 levels of AOC Chablis: Petit Chablis (160 Ha), Chablis (700 Ha), Chablis 1er Cru (390 Ha) and Chablis Grand Cru (11 Ha). Their flagship wine is the Château Grenouilles Chablis Grand Cru. The winery groups nearly 300 winegrowers to produce the great white wines of Chablis. These wines reflect the utmost care by their winegrowers who are devoted to the cultivation of their vineyards and the commitment their winemakers bring to revealing the heart and soul of the wines.


La Chablisienne | Wine Catalog

La Chablisienne Wine Catalog | January 2019

Wine Catalog

 


Tech Sheets | Current Vintages

 

2017 Bourgogne Chardonnay | La Chablisienne

2017 Bourgogne Chardonnay

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2017 Saint Bris

 


Chablis

2015 La Pierrelée | La Chablisienne

2015 La Pierrelée

2015 La Sereine | La Chablisienne

2015 La Sereine

 


 Petit Chablis

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2016 Pas si Petit

 


Grand Cru

2014 Chateau Grenouilles | La Chablisienne

2014 Château Grenouilles | 95 points

 


Premier Cru

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2015 Côte de Lechet | 91 points

2015 Fourchaume | 92 points

2015 Grande Cuvée | La Chablisienne

2015 Grande Cuvée

 


Map

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Map | Chablis, France

 


Press Reviews

IWSC French Producer of the Year | November 2018

La Chablisienne Critical Acclaim | September 2018

2019 International Wine Challenge Awards | La Chablisienne

2019 International Wine Challenge Awards | La Chablisienne

 


Previous Accolades

Wine Advocate

Wine Enthusiast


Bottle Shots

Chablis

Grand Cru

Petit Chablis

Premier Grand Cru


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