Winegrower's portrait


Located on slopes, between Chablis and Tonnerre, where the small village of Fleys overlooks the 1st Crus "Vaucoupin", "Mont de Milieu" and "Les Fourneaux", Corinne Grossot never stops  admiring the craggy landscapes made of stony ground. With her husband Jean-Pierre and daughter Eve, they produce wines  with a beautiful texture offering great mineral emotions. The 18 hectares of vineyards owned by the Grossot family since the 1920’s are major references of the Chablis region.

The cellar is equipped with modern facilities  such as double-bottomed tubs, a sorting table and two pneumatic presses.  The juice  is extracted by gravity  in thermo-regulated stainless steel vats. The  juice is then  sent  to 2 wineries : one  dedicated to the current vintage and the other  to the aging of the previous vintage.  Maturing takes between 9  and 18 months to  produce successful Chablis wines   with a perfect balance.  Oak barrels  are carefully used (30% maximum),  to enhance the fruit  underlined by the saltiness of the oyster fossil, the jewel of Chablis.

Domain's presentation

Family estate since 1920

Location : Fleys

Area : 18 hectares

Grapes : Chardonnay

Use of the vineyard : organic farming since 2002 (certified in 2020)

Manual harvests on the 1ers crus and Chablis cuvée la Part des Anges.

Vinifications with natural yeasts.

Agriculture Bio - BIOtiful wines

Press review and awards

Guide Vert de la Revue du vin de France 2023 : 94/100 Mont de milieu 2020 - 93/100 Fourneaux 2020 - 93/100 Vaucoupin 2020 - 93/100 La part des Anges 2020 - 92/100 Fourchaumes 2020 - 92/100 Chablis 2020

Wine Spectator (+90)
Stephen Tanzer (+90)
Allen Meadows (+90)
IWC, Guide Hachette, Revue des Vins de France, Gault et Millau, Bettane et Desseauve***.

Wines of the domain