Located just east of the Chablis Grand Cru appellation and bordering the Grand Cru climat of Blanchot, the Montée de Tonnerre vineyard is one of the regions most well-known and sought-after. It shares the same exposure, steep slope, and white Kimmeridgean soils of its neighbor. This results in white wines with lively tension and vivacity enhanced by modest alcohol levels and heightened acidity. This wine features aromas of ripe white peach, citrus skin, and wet stony earth. On the palate this medium-weight white develops an intriguing floral note while maintaining a firm and linear structure over its long finish.