This Chablis offers truly astonishing value. Eleni and Edouard Vocoret have reclaimed a small parcel of vines from their family domaine and set about producing the best Chablis they possibly can under their own label.
Domaine Eleni et Edouard Vocoret
For years Chablis has been one of the wine world’s most recognisable names. The majority of what is produced there is unlikely to set the pulse racing, but its dry, crisp and fresh white wines are a staple for ...Learn more
“This is one of my stand-out wines of the year. I’ve never been overly fussed with Chablis, tending to prefer a richer, more full-bodied style of white Burgundy, but this was a revelation. Crushed oyster shells, Sicilian lemons, chalkiness and electric energy. Every time I taste it I’m blown away. I can’t wait to crack this open on Christmas Day, but I’ll drink it without food so I can savour every sip.”
“The 2017 Chablis Bas de Chapelot is also showing well from bottle, bursting with aromas of white peach, pear, flowers and wet stones. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, satiny and layered, with a bright spine of acidity but a touch more flesh than the Pargues, concluding with a delicately aromatic finish.”
“Complex, powerful and lively with ripe pear, peach and citrus fruit. Mineral and a bit smoky with high acidity. A lovely linear wine with real depth. Just a faint hint of cabbage and a lovely stony edge. Simply brilliant.”
“In many ways Eleni and Edouard epitmoizes the "new Chablis" - young grower with strong winemaking principles, perhaps more artesian in their approach, perhaps offering a more 'personal' take on Chablis and its wines. ”