Located in the villages of Chichée and Préhy, this southeast facing slope of Kimmeridgian soil is characterized by a layer of Jurassic clay and limestone. It houses the roots of vines that average 40 years old. The Chablis from these vineyards has intense aromas on the nose with hints of ripe white fruit and flowers. The palate shows richness and freshness with a lot of minerality. The lingering fruity finish goes perfectly with chicken and wild rice soup or piccata.