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Good juicy Gamay from the Southern Burgundy commune of Maconnais in the village of Chaintre. Learn More
The Long-Depaquit estate is Albert Bichot's jewel in Chablis. The Abbey of Pontigny owned this historic estate for more than six centuries, from 1128 until the Revolution and eventually came into the sole ownership of Albert Bichot.Learn More
At the heart of the Grand Cru area the Vaudésirs valley is an open book on the geology and history of the Chablis appellation. It is witness to the erosion which followed the last ice age era. 2.5 ha vineyard planted with vines of over 40 years old located on south-exposed steep slopes. Kimmeridgian outcrops are the most numerous, which consequently provide a pronounced mineral expression.Learn More
The grapes are harvested by hand and the whole bunches undergo carbonic maceration using natural yeasts in old wooden vats. The ferment lasts between 10-20 days before being pressed of into old, large format oak where they stay for around 9 months.
Around 80 000 bottles produced per year and sometimes the cuvée Marcel Lapierre which does not reach more than 8000 bottles per year like in 2009. Learn More