The 2019 Chablis Village comes from 40-year-old vines and sees around 6 months on the fine lees. It has an attractive, quite voluminous bouquet of linden, freshly squeezed orange juice and light green apple notes. The palate is well balanced with a slightly sappy opening, plenty of red apple and touches of nectarine and subtle tropical tones toward the finish. Delicious. 89 points, Neal Martin, Vinous
The village Chablis is made from 40-year-old vines grown and around Préhy and Chichée, including fruit from the well-regarded lieu dits of Malantes and Pargues (situated between the Montmains and Vosgros 1er Crus). The vineyards are mainly south-west facing on Kimmeridgian soils with a layer of Jurassic clay and limestone, littered with small oysters and fossils.