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

16-May-2016
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

FEATURED WINES IN THIS REVIEW

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

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