Many would argue that Chablis has been the modern success story for white Burgundy, and even for Chardonnay generally on the world-wide stage. As a result many producers of Chablis now do so on huge commercial scales…resulting in lower quality examples at cheap prices. Not so in the case of Domaine Tremblay! Situated in the hamlet of Poinchy, the family has been producing fine Chablis for five generations. The terroir, Kimmeridgean clay, is composed of fossilised and compressed oyster shells that were present when the ocean covered this part of the world. Widely considered ideal for the production of fine Chardonnay.