Laroche Petit Chablis 2019

A cracking Petit Chablis that punches way above its weight!

To be honest, with a few exceptions, we usually steer clear of Petit Chablis but you can pour us a glass or three of this anytime you like! There is energy and drive together with aromas and flavours of pear, honey, citrus & herbs and the 'wet stone & oyster shell minerality we love so much in good Chablis. A really delicious wine that is way too easy to drink.

,The Laroche family has been making wine in Chablis since 1850. Michel Laroche, the fifth generation, arrived in 1967 to continue a long tradition of allowing the wine to express its unique origin: The True Chablis. Michel has witnessed significant changes in Chablis and is the first generation to make a living exclusively from producing and selling wine.

Domaine Laroche is one of the largest vineyard owners in Burgundy, with offices located in the birthplace of Chablis: a ninth to sixteenth century listed monastery called l’Obédiencerie, where monks made the first Chablis.

$39.00 per bottle
Availability: In stock

SKU
11540
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More Information
Wine Category White
Wine Sub Category Chardonnay
Region Chablis
Country France
Vintage 2019

A cracking Petit Chablis that punches way above its weight!

To be honest, with a few exceptions, we usually steer clear of Petit Chablis but you can pour us a glass or three of this anytime you like! There is energy and drive together with aromas and flavours of pear, honey, citrus & herbs and the 'wet stone & oyster shell minerality we love so much in good Chablis. A really delicious wine that is way too easy to drink.

,The Laroche family has been making wine in Chablis since 1850. Michel Laroche, the fifth generation, arrived in 1967 to continue a long tradition of allowing the wine to express its unique origin: The True Chablis. Michel has witnessed significant changes in Chablis and is the first generation to make a living exclusively from producing and selling wine.

Domaine Laroche is one of the largest vineyard owners in Burgundy, with offices located in the birthplace of Chablis: a ninth to sixteenth century listed monastery called l’Obédiencerie, where monks made the first Chablis.