The Vocoret family is one of the oldest families in Chablis, with all generations of the family having been born in the heart of the old village of Chablis. Founded by Edouard Vocoret in 1870, Domaine Vocoret et Fils, a family business for four generations, has always strived to perpetuate and develop the vineyard with, as the primary objective, respect for the terroir and constant improvement. Wine making and production has remained traditional with the use of large wooden foudres during ageing, while bottling is carried out exclusively at the property.
More discreet wood influence is present on the more obviously Chablis-like nose of smoky mineral reduction, apple, wet stone and citrus nuances. Here too there is good volume to the solidly concentrated flavours that flash more evident minerality on the sneaky long, firm and intense finish. While not exactly a classic rendition of the vineyard, it is less marked by the vintage than is the Blanchot. Drink to: 2023+; Rating: 92 Points; Allen Meadows; Burghound
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