This wine is a typical example of a Chablis 1er Cru. The South-East facing vineyard benefits from morning sunlight and the wine derives its typicity from the mineral soil giving a flinty, chalky mouth feel. Crisp and well balanced on the palette with a long aftertaste, this wine will benefit from cellaring for up to 10 years.
The roots of the Moreau family have been anchored in the Chablis soils for generations. Today the estates are directed by Louis Moreau, who represents the sixth generation of the family. Louis began his training under the guidance of his father in the vineyards of Chablis. He then went to the United States where he earned a diploma in Oenology and Viticulture. He completed his degree in Marketing and Management at the Office International de La Vigne et du Vin (O.I.V) in Paris. In 1992 Louis Moreau returned to France in order to succeed his father. Louis headed up the Domaine de Bieville, the estate founded by his father, Jean-Jacques Moreau, in 1965. This estate now covers some 65