Domaine du Chardonnay wines
Etienne Boileau and his two fellow winemakers created the Domaine du Chardonnay in 1987 when they decided to regroup their vineyards. At that time they though it was the best way to bottle their own wine instead of selling the juice to the cooperative. Since then, they have increased the size of the vineyard and invested massively into new technologies in the cellar to produce great wines, always with the greatest respect of each terroir. Today the domain has 38 hectares of vines across Chablis, including parcels in five 1er Crus, which are all vinified separately.
Their wines are so good that we could have offered all of them this week but we thought it would be better to make a small selection with the ones that were really outstanding. From the classic Chablis and Petit Chablis to the more complex 1er Crus Vosgros and Montée du Tonnerre, there is a bottle for everyone, depending on your taste and of course the price of the bottle… but with the 1er Crus under £20, it would be a shame not to try them!