Coming from three different parcels: Champréaux, Vaulardy, and Usage, Vincent Mothe's village Chablis is fermented and aged entirely in stainless steel. Farming at the domaine is lutte raisonnée.
Champréaux: 4 hectares of 45-year-old south-facing vines. Located on a gentle slope of fine clay and calcareous ‘tufa’, formed by precipitated carbonate minerals. Provides intense minerality and freshness.
Vaulardy: 2 hectares of 20-year-old southeast-facing vines. Located on a plateau with a high limestone component, abundant with small limestone rocks, resulting in a mineral, tense, and chiseled expression to the wine.
Usage: 1 hectare of 15-year-old east-facing vines. Located on a plateau with rich, red clay soils, offering roundness and structure.