The touch of oak typically present in a Premier Cru brings more structure and roundness than a village Chablis and assures longevity. While now the wine brings wonderful tension and a well-defined green, citrus and even orchard fruit, within a few years it will open up to a complex spectrum of more developed flavours and aromas.
Wine like this on its own can offer a window to a different time and place on a special occasion which we all need right now but also an unique experience of seeing the development that a Premier Cru Chablis goes through over the years under the right storing conditions. I am happily going to keep a few bottles in my cellar to open steadily within the next 10 years and I invite you to do the same.
Covering 37 hectares of the 4 AOC Chablis regions (Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis 1er Cru and Chablis Grand Cru). Always at the cutting edge, Gérard Tremblay places great importance on the quality of the wines, which have characteristic aromas of white floral notes, roses and acacia honey, and are full-bodied and intense in the mouth as they are to the nose. They age very well.