Drouhin Chablis 2014 Fourchaume, 2011 Montmains, and 2013 Meursault and Givry

The house of Joseph Drouhin, established in 1880 is one of the most respected of Burgundy producers. The company is both a landowner with 38 ha of vineyards in Chablis and over 70 ha on the Cote d’Or, and a negociant, and deals only in the wines of Burgundy, including Chablis and Beaujolais. The Drouhin family have built in a separation with the Chablis operation, labelling the wines Drouhin-Vaudon from the 2008 vintage to strengthen the ties with the region, being based at the Moulin de Vaudon, a historical 18th Century watermill that straddles the Serein river, near the grand cru vineyards. Here, I review the 2014 Chablis Premier Cru ‘Fourchaume, 2011 Chablis Premier Cru Montmains (again), and two 2013 Cote d’Or wines, one a village Meursault, the other a village Givry from the Chalonnaise. www.drouhin-vaudon-chablis.comwww.drouhin.com


  • Drouhin-Vaudon Chablis 1er ‘Fourchaume’ 2014
  • Drouhin-Vaudon Chablis 1er ‘Montmains’ 2011
  • Drouhin Meursault 2013
  • Drouhin Givry 2013

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