Overlooking the Chablis valley, Chablis Grand Cru Preuses is quite imposing. Its 10.8 hectares, facing south and southwest, are bathed in sunlight for most of the day. In the summer, they take advantage of the last rays until late in the evening. On the surface, the soils are predominantly clay-limestone and brown in color, although some plots are covered with white, thinner clays. This wine spends 16 months in French oak, 30% which is new.
93pts - Decanter
Touch of smoky oak on the nose. Crisp, fleshy and vibrant palate with the necessary acidity to keep the palate fresh. Can be broached quite young. Has concentration to age four to six years.