One of the greatest discoveries (and best wine bargains) of the year.
Domaine L’Henri’s latest Petit Chablis is anything but petit. Offering a richness and completeness rarely found in Chablis, it is one of The Wine Country’s greatest discoveries. The wine expresses flint, herbal notes and citrus in the nose, classic traits of Chablis. Bright crisp acidity provides tension and backbone to the ripe flavors of melon, pear and almonds. Wonderfully versatile with food, this wine is as serious or playful as you would like.
Average vine age is 30+ years old. With vineyards located in the villages of Chablis, Fyé, Maligny & Beine, the average vine age is over 30 years old. Produced from estate grown and purchased fruit, these Petit Chablis parcels are mostly found on the crowns of the hills throughout the Chablis appellation. These are areas that historically were harder to ripen due to rocky soils and higher elevation, which is no longer an issue given global warming. These parcels now produce some of the purest, most striking mineral driven expressions of the Chardonnay grape.