Gerard Tremblay, assisted by his wife Helene, is 5th generation winemaker at this 34-hectare estate located in Chablis. Most of the vines are situated in the best premier cru and grand cru appellations and the wines are some of the most sought-after in the region. A meticulous winemaker working from a superb new winery, Gerard is renowned for drawing out the typicity of the various appellations and his wines are a true reflection of the terroir from which they come. While most of the wines are sold locally, a limited amount is exported and have deservedly drawn the attention of such notable critics as Robert Parker, Guide Hachette and Revue des Vins des France. The unoaked Petit Chablis is a delightfully crisp Chardonnay and makes for an excellent aperitif.
A pale straw yellow in colour. A nose of fresh mint and citrus fruits with a hint of liquorice. On the palate, fresh and supple with notes of grapefruit peel leading to a crisp yet persistent finish. Try with quenelles of halibut in a saffron sauce, fillets of sole with a salmon mousseline or, of course, a plate of oysters.