Edouard and Eleni met while working the 2010 harvest in New Zealand. Soon after they were married and returned to Chablis to take over a small piece of Edouard's family domaine. Edouard's family owns Domaine Vocoret & Fils, a large and established domaine of over 50 hectares.
Their primary focus with their first 4.9 hectares was farming, and readjusting the vineyard practices to lutte raisonnée and hand harvesting. Wines spend 12 months in barrel.
The Les Pargues vineyard is a very favourable site, and has the location and potential to be of 1er Cru status. Soils are clay based.
The wine shows a fine and expressive nose of white flowers, orchard fruit and stone. There is a real freshness and depth on the palette ending with lingering spice, crisp apple and citrus. It's textural and showing much of the mineral character typical of the region. Expressive and precise wine with great focus.