Aromas of white peach and citrus with note of flint stone. Very fruity palate with a clean minerality.
French still white wine from Chablis in Burgundy (Bourgogne) France, made with Chardonnay.
William Fèvre is a very well-known Chablis producer with 31ha of vines on Premier Cru and Grand Cru sites out of the 78 hectares they own. The Fèvre family have been prominent in Chablis for over 250 years and William Fèvre’s father founded Domaine de la Maladière in 1959. In 1998 Joseph Henriot picked up the torch and installed an inspired winemaker, in the form of Didier Seguier. Since then, the wines from Domaine William Fèvre have become the benchmark for classic Chablis. View our range.
“Style is an empty shell. Wine’s potential lies in its sensual response. For Chablis, this is derived from its terroir, which creates freshness and minerality.” The aim is to reveal the true characteristics of each climat (vineyard). The domain uses 6 years old barrels rather than new oak, in order to preserve freshness and minerality and enable the subtle nuances of Chablis’ terroirs to fully express themselves.
The William Fèvre range covers five of the seven Chablis Grand Cru with Bougros, Les Clos, les Preuses, Vaudesir and Valmur, eight of the seventeenth 1er Cru Village in the appellation including Fourchaume, Les Vaillons and Montmains and, a Chablis, Petit Chablis and Sauvignon de Saint Bris.