The only thing truly original in the world of wine is the underlying terroir and I have nothing else interesting to add. Anyone can copy anyone else’s techniques so what else is there to make great wines? I believe the answer is simple: Terroir. I want to work only with the fruit from old vines and even then, only old vines that are planted exclusively within the original boundaries of Chablis. If I respect these things, it will be almost impossible to make bad wine.
– Patrick Piuze, Winemaker
'From the lower slopes, which gives more flesh in this cru. A touch of yellow to the colour and rather a powerful bouquet, with a touch of heat. Entirely white fruit though, with very good weight and exceptional length.' - 91 points. Jasper Morris, Inside Burgundy