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Moreau-Naudet Petit Chablis 2022


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  • Land: The Moreau-Naudet Petit Chablis 2022 originates from a 2.5-hectare parcel of young vines in the esteemed Chablis region. Stéphane Moreau's dedication to viticulture is evident in the organic practices, regular soil plowing, and absence of chemical treatments, promoting biodiversity and respecting the vines. The estate's expansion and the construction of a state-of-the-art cellar before Stéphane's passing have contributed significantly to the quality of their wines.
  • Wine: This Petit Chablis distinguishes itself through lower-than-average yields, hand harvesting, fermentation with indigenous yeasts, and a nine-month aging period in stainless steel. These practices, uncommon for Petit Chablis, result in a wine that stands out for its complexity and balance, staying true to Stéphane's vision and continuing under the guidance of Virginie and Coco.
  • People: Domaine Moreau-Naudet holds a sentimental place due to Stéphane Moreau's impactful presence and the legacy he left behind. His untimely passing in 2016 left a void, but his wife Virginie and assistant winemaker Coco have carried on his vision, maintaining the distinct style and quality of the wines, including the Petit Chablis, as a tribute to his memory and dedication to winemaking.
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Chablis, in northern Burgundy, France, is renowned for its Chardonnay wines, which are typically unoaked, showcasing crisp acidity and minerality. The region's unique Kimmeridgian limestone soil, rich in marine fossils, imparts distinctive flinty notes. From the esteemed Grand Cru vineyards to the accessible Petit Chablis, the wines of Chablis are a testament to the harmony between terroir and tradition, offering purity and elegance in every glass.


Chardonnay, one of the world's most versatile and beloved white grape varieties, showcases a remarkable spectrum of styles, from the lean, mineral-driven expressions of Chablis in France to the rich, buttery, and oak-aged versions from California's Napa Valley. Its adaptability extends to cooler climates such as Burgundy, where it achieves elegance and complexity, and to regions like Australia's Yarra Valley, known for producing vibrant and fruit-forward renditions. This grape's ability to reflect its terroir, coupled with winemaking techniques, results in a wide array of profiles, including unoaked, crisp varieties with apple and citrus notes, to full-bodied wines with tropical fruit flavors and creamy textures.