In the cellar, the family has always been working in a very gentle and non-interventionist way. Fermentation takes place in neutral oak with indigenous yeast. Wines are aged in neutral wood (~10% new oak) on fine lees during 18 months. The resulting wines offer everything one's looking for Chablis, on a ripe white fruits profile while keeping a crispy touch. Despite the small size of the domaine, the Bessin wines are now part of the most coveted Chablis, Wine Advocate’s William Kelley wisely noting “...this estate really deserves to be talked about more, as it belongs among Chablis's top half-dozen domaines."
Fermentation takes place in neutral oak with indigenous yeast. Wine is aged in neutral wood as well, with a maximum of 10% of new, and tank on the lees during 18 months. Et voilà ! The resulting wines offer everything one's looking for in great Chablis.
REGION OF PRODUCTION
Burgundy - France