Chablis is one of the best recognized wine regions and styles of the world, and La Chablisienne is a quality and volume leader in the production of wines from this famous corner of northeastern France. Situated approximately half way between Paris and Beaune, the winegrowing region of Chablis totals over 20,000 acres of vineyard grown in areas surrounding 20 different villages. La Chablisienne accounts for about 25% of this vineyard acreage, and is the only producer to make wine from each of these 20 villages. Originally founded in 1923, this cooperative winery produces an extensive and renowned line-up of Chablis wines which are widely exported to nearly every major wine market. This name is not just famous for the important volumes of wine it produces, but also for continuing to set new benchmarks for quality and style. Emphasizing the importance of terroir by producing wines climat by climat (carrying out fermentations in small lots, plot by plot) La Chablisienne carries out its production in a way more typical of much smaller artisan producers.
1er Cru Chablis
Grand Cru Chablis
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Following a first win in 2016 and two prizes awarded to its oenologist Vincent Bartement, La Chablisienne is once again honoured by the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC), which awarded it French Producer of the Year 2018.