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Eleni and Édouard Vocoret are at the vanguard of new-wave Chablis.

Having been gifted 5ha of vines from Édouard’s family at the end of 2012, the couple’s seriously accomplished wines belie the fact that their estate is still a relative Burgundy newcomer.

While most producers in Chablis blend all their plots together, the Vocorets craft single-site Chardonnays that express a real sense of place. With advice from local legend Vincent Dauvissat (for whom Eleni worked as assistant winemaker), they farm organically, using natural fermentation and old oak to produce wines of shimmering vitality.

After making a mistake with the paperwork when declaring how much wine they made in 2021, Eleni and Édouard were forced to bottle their remaining barrels of ‘Bas de Chapelot’ as a non-vintage Vin de France to keep the local appellation authorities happy.

Vorcoret VdF NV (Chablis 'Bas de Chapelot' 2021)

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