Alain Geoffroy, located in The village of Beine, developed the vineyards over the villages of Beine and La Chapelle Vaupelteigne, in the heart of the Chablis vineyards, around 1850. Alain Geoffroy expanded the property and took it to the level of an Estate. A worthy heir to previous generations, he commited to keeping the traditional family character. Today they have 50 hectares of vineyards throughout the Chablis region, including several parcels of 1er Cru vines. The wines of Alain Geoffroy are immediately recognisable by their finesse, their minerality and their long and detailed finish.
Crisp nectarine and apricot are etched by streaks of cut stone and salt in this juicy and fruit-forward, yet steely, dry wine. Bright in fruit and fresh, it's a translucent, youthful expression of Chablis best now through 2025. Rating: 91 Points; Wine Enthusiast
Weighing in at 13% alcohol, this is a denser style of Chablis than seen in the past. However, there is still plenty of finesse to go with the concentration of fruit. Bright acidity and some distinctive gunflint notes keep everything fresh on the palate. Relatively early drinking, but very pleasurable already. Rating: 90 Points; Decanter
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