The Gueguen family lives in Préhy, about 7 km south-west of Chablis. This winery is young, established in January of 2013 by both Céline and Frédéric whom had preivously been working for larger wine estates in Chablis over the course of 15 years. The Gueguen’s are passionate about conservation and respect towards the environment, aiming to create a wine representative of its terroir. Finally, they love sharing their knowledge and estate with their visitors, and have even set up their own Bed and Breakfast.
The vineyard is composed of vines averaging at 25 years of age, and yiel 40hl/ha with a density of 6,000 vines per ha. The soil is composed of Portlandian Clay, situated in the village of Saint-Bris with a North-East exposure.
The fruit is mechanically picked, followed by a gentle Direct Press. The juice is fermented in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks. The result is then bottled at the estate.
A lovely bright pink hue, with anose of white stone fruit and fresh red berries that carry onto the palate. This wine can age in bottle for up to 3 years.
A perfect compliment to oysters, seafood salads, snails or Goats cheese.