Chablis grand cru

Category Grand Cru appellation
This appellation can be followed by the name of the climat from which the wine originates: Blanchot, Bougros, Les Clos, Grenouilles, Preuses, Valmur, Vaudésir. The climat of La Moutonne extends 2.35 ha, 0.20 ha in Vaudésir and the rest in Les Preuses. Moutonne is not a climat classé of the Chablis Grand Cru appellation but it was recognised by the INAO in 1952.
Commune of production

Chablis (including the villages of Fyé and Poinchy)
Colours and grape varieties

Whites only, Chardonnay

Area in production
Assigned is 98 ha including :
12.20 ha Blanchot
14.35 ha Bougros
24.75 ha Les Clos
9.10 ha Grenouilles
11.05 ha Les Preuses
11.90 ha Valmur
14.45 ha Vaudésir
Maximum yield per hectare
45 hl

Annual average crop

5,452 hl

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Source: BIVB & Pitiot+Servant's The Wines of Burgundy (1999)

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