The town of Chablis produces white wines in “kimmeridge” clay soils in northern Burgundy. The 6th generation of the Camu family controls a domaine of 13 hectares here and are well respected producers who offer a range of fine quality wines
The reference of Jean Marie Reverdy in Rosé shows fresh aromas of strawberry, raspberry, currant and minerals, with a complex and tense palate. Wine Very intense!
This wine comes from the Reverdy family’s 15 hectares of vineyard in the Loire vineyards of central France. Sancerre is made on very calcareous stony soils on the other side of the river from Pouilly, which were once under the sea. All wines are domaine bottled.
From the 15 hectare domaine of the Reverdy family in the Loire vineyards of central France, this is classic Pouilly, made on very calcareous stony soils which were once under the sea and which give the wine the very slight smoky aroma some tasters observe.
This white wine is made from the Sauvignon blanc grown on very limestone soils on the other side of the river from Pouilly which is the 15 hectare land that the Reverdy family has been mourning for several generations in the Loire, central France. This land was once under the sea and it shows in the minerality of this wine.
Chablis wines follow the Burgundian vineyard classification system and this wine is from a single plot in the 1er cru Côte de Léchet vineyard on the slope to the west of the town of Chablis. The 6th generation of the Camu family controls a domaine of 13 hectares.