2022, a long-awaited vintage
After a complicated year in 2021, winegrowers are smiling again with the arrival of the 2022 vintage, which is characterized by quality and quantity despite frost, heat waves and drought. But the road towards the harvest was fraught with difficulties.
The 2021 Vintage A never-ending attention
To the very end, 2021 has been a trying year for winemakers. Ever since the April freeze, made worse by a too-early start of the growth of the vines, right to harvest time, harsh changes in weather have imposed their tempo.
Chablis 2020, an early yet classic vintage
It was an early vintage in 2020, with picking starting in August. But it was also a classic vintage that produced wines offering good balance and the characteristic vigor of Chablis wines.
2019 - A quality vintage which blew hot and cold.
Between the frosts of May and the temperature peaks this summer, the thermometer panicked minds this year in Chablis, and the sidereal emptiness of the rain gauges too.
2018: A comeback vintage
This early vintage is generous, in terms of both quality and quantity. It has put the smile back on winegrowers' faces after two difficult years.
Vintage 2017 Promises Exceptional Quality
The 2017 vintage promises much-anticipated quality, with juice that offers a balance between sweetness and acidity, promising beautifully balanced wines. The only downside is the low volume of the harvest.
The 2016 Vintage: A Succession Of Climatic Incidents
2016 will go down as a milestone year with a succession of unprecedented climatic incidents, but with a happy ending: wine quality is hand in hand with superior volume estimates!
The 2015 Vintage: An early and High-Quality Vintage
After a good start to the vegetative cycle in perfect conditions, the tone was set right from the spring: The 2015 was an early vintage. The hail that fell just before the harvest had no significant impact on the quality of the grapes.
The 2014 Vintage: Complicated yet classical
Despite being a complicated year with somewhat chaotic seasons, 2014 was an excellent one for white Bourgogne wines, offering a chiseled and precise character that foretells good keeping potential.
The 2013 Vintage: Low volumes but good balance
This late vintage suffered the whims of the weather in spring, which had a bearing on yields. The wines have proved to be charming and expressive.
The 2012 Vintage: a lovely surprise
This year got off to a bad start with some terrible weather testing the nerves of the winemakers. Despite that, 2012 has turned out to be a vintage of reference in Chablis. The wines offer good concentration with no over-maturity and an acidic structure.