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Why do we love this case?

These three examples of Chablis are, well, exemplary. Jean-Pierre Alexandre are a producer we’ve found recently who epitomise the style, and you get a couple of bottles each of their Chablis and the premier cru version. Plus you get a taste of Michel Laroche’s new family venture, which is just stunning. Whether you’re a Chablis or a chardonnay lover, or you’re up to date and you’re both, dive in with gusto.

Each case includes two bottles of each of the following wines:

White
Chardonnay
Burgundy

Jean-Pierre Alexandre Ellevin 1er Cru Vaucoupin Burgundy Chardonnay 2016
Citrus
Minerally
Pear
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate

This is such delicious wine. Forget chardonnay, forget Chablis, it’s just eminently accomplished white: balanced, crisp, full, aromatic and textural. Is there even anything else you could want?

White
Chardonnay
Burgundy

Le Domaine D'Henri Les Allées du Domaine Chablis Burgundy Chardonnay 2014
Apple
Citrus
Flinty
Medium-bodied
Chalky
Elegant
Vinbladet, the Danish Wine Magazine

Since 1967, Michel Laroche has lived, breathed and crafted Chablis, to worldwide acclaim. His family project, with the next generation, Margaux and Romain, is to be his legacy, and no compromises are made. The laundry list of non-negotiables includes “purity, delicacy, precision, structure, balance, typicity and terroir expression”. Unfortunately the wine’s pretty average. Just kidding. You loved it so much we got as much more as we could, and we’ll be sure to buy more next year. For now, enjoy the last few cases of the 2014.

White
Chardonnay
Burgundy

Domaine Jean-Pierre et Alexandre Ellevin Chablis 2016
Citrus
Green Apple
Minerally
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant
French Import

Don’t drink chardonnay, but love Chablis? Well, you’re wrong, firstly*, but secondly, you’re in luck! This Chablis is a classic from a family producer, more fruit and less of that oak business. Minerally and taut, it’s an exercise in restraint and finesse. But you shouldn’t be any of those things, or it’ll be all gone.

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