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Le terroir..............
Our vineyard is located in the village of Chablis, in the very heart of the Chablis country, on the left bank of the Serein River, with a south-south east exposure. It is located in the climat Les Pargues.
The soil is kimmeridgien calcareously clay which goes back to the upper jurrassic age (portlandien).
Density plantation: 6500 vines/ha
. Average age of the vines: 47 years.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes.
Pneumatic winepress.
Cool racking and temperature-controlled fermentation.
Aging on fine lees for 10 month.
The winemaking and aging are all done in stainless steel vats.

Agrandir
Le terroir..............
Our vineyard is located in the village of Chablis, in the very heart of the Chablis country, on the left bank of the Serein River, and benefit from a excellent south, south-east exposure. The soil is made up of kimmeridgien clay, a soil specific to the Chablis region. It is rich in fossil shells of a small oyster, Exogyra virgula, frequently found in the Chablis soil.
Density plantation: 6500 vines/ha.
Average age of the vines: 56 years.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes.
Pneumatic winepress.
Cool racking.
The winemaking and aging :
65% in stainless steel vats with temperature-controlled fermentation.
35% in barrels (90% in 1,2 and 3 years old barrels, 10% in new and 1 year old barrels) for a period of 6 months.

Agrandir
Le terroir..............
This vineyard is located on the left bank of the Serein River in the Cote des Vaillons, and benefit from a excellent south-south east exposure. The soil is made up of kimmeridgien clay, a soil specific to the Chablis region. It is rich in fossil shells of a small oyster, Exogyra virgula, frequently found in Chablis soil.
Density plantation: 6500 vines/ha.
Average age of the vines: this cuvée comes from a parcel who was planted by Guy Moreau in 1934, therefore this vines is 77 years old.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes.
Pneumatic winepress.
Cool racking.
The winemaking and aging :
60% in stainless steel vats with temperature-controlled fermentation.
40% in barrels (90% in 1,2 and 3 years old barrels, 10% in new and 1 year old barrels) for a period of 6 months.

Agrandir Le terroir..............
The slopes, like those of all the Grands Crus vines, are located on the right bank of the Serein River, in the south exposure.
The soil is made of kimmeridgien marl-calcium carbonate (upper Jurassic), and is very rocky with white, dense clays.
Density plantation: 7000 vines/ha.
Average age of the vines: between 40 and 65 years.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes.
Pneumatic winepress.
Cool racking.
Aging:
65% of the aging process is done in stainless vats
35% in barrels (90% in 1,2 and 3 years old barrels, 10% in new and 1 year old barrels) for a period of six months.
Natural tartaric stabilisation after 12 months of aging.

Agrandir
Le terroir..............
The slopes, like those of all the Grands Crus vines, are located on the right bank of the Serein River.
This terroir form a valley between Les Clos and Vaudésir. Our parcels are located in two exposures, one in the north-west exposure (30 ares), and one in the south-east exposure (70 ares).
Density plantation: 7000 vines/ha.
Average age of the vines: 50 years.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes.
Pneumatic winepress.
Cool racking.
Aging:
55% of the aging process is done in stainless vats.
45% in barrels (90% in 1,2 and 3 years old barrels, 10% in new and 1 year old barrels) for a period of six months.
Natural tartaric stabilisation after 12 months of aging.

Agrandir Le terroir..............
The slopes, like those of all the Grands Crus vines, are located on the right bank of the Serein River.
Our parcel is situated in the south-east exposure of the Vaudésir.
Density plantation: 7000 vines/ha.
Average age of the vines: 10 years.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes. Pneumatic winepress. Cool racking and temperature-controlled fermentation. The winemaking process is all done in stainless steel vats and after we aged the wine 4 months in barrels (90% in 1,2 and 3 years old barrels, 10% in new and 1 year old barrels). Natural tartaric stabilisation after 12 months of aging.

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Le terroir..............
The slopes, like those of all the Grands Crus vines, are situated on the right bank of the Serein River.
Blanchot is the border on the east side of the Grand Cru Cote. There is a unique south-east exposure with very steep slopes, where the sun shine from the sunrise.
Density plantation: 7000 vines/ha.
Average age of the vines: 27 years.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes.
Pneumatic winepress.
Cool racking and temperature-controlled fermentation.
We've got a very small production of Blanchot that's why the winemaking process are all done in barrels (90% in 1,2 and 3 years old barrels, 10% in new and 1 year old barrels).
Natural tartaric stabilisation after 12 month of aging.

Agrandir Le terroir..............
Le Clos des Hospices is a Moreau family exclusivity, located in the vineyards that produce the Grand Cru Les Clos appellation. Our great great grandfather acquired this parcel of land at the H˘pital de Chablis (Chablis Hospice) in 1904.
In the south exposure, the soil is composed of kimmeridgien marl-calcium carbonate (upper Jurassic), and is rocky with white, dense clays.
Density plantation: 7000 vines/ha.
Average age of the vines: 28 years.

Vinification..............
Harvested by hand, carried by small trailers which unload the grapes by vibration to avoid crushing, then we use a sorting table to eliminate unripe or damaged grapes.
Pneumatic winepress.
Cool racking and temperature-controlled fermentation.
The winemaking process are all done in stainless steel vats and after we aged the wine 4 month in barrels (90% in 1,2 and 3 years old barrels, 10% in new and 1 year old barrels).
Natural tartaric stabilisation after 12 month of aging.




   
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