Tasting notes: The nose offers spicy peach and orange and a little warming oak spice. The palate is rich, exotic and generous, but with stinging acidity underneath. There is a huge intensity and density of confit lemon. Broad yet taut, this is a fascinating wine.
About the winery: Trained to be an architect, Jean-Claude Bessin chose to take over his father-in-law's vineyard, located in Chablis, with his wife, Evelyne. His first vintage was in 1992. Today, joined by his son Romain, Jean-Claude is transforming his estate composed of 12-hectares, in biodynamic culture. His short-range of Chablis are amongst the most highly regarded.