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Eleni et Edouard Vocoret Chablis ‘En Boucheran’ 2020


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They always had the vineyard however only bottled under their own Domaine in 2017. 0.9 hectares. Far more white clay than the other plots


between the 1er Cru hills of Vaillons and Le Foret as Eleni describes to me “In between La Foret and Vaillons. Kimmeridgian with lots of white clay.


Hard to work *she laughed*” North West facing. Style – good mix, very mineral. 40 years old vines. Wild Fermented in steel then Elevage in barrel


for 12 months of 6 to 30 year old barriques.


“The 2020 Chablis Boucheran, from vines located between Montmains and Vaillons, has a refined bouquet of lovely yellow flower, chamomile and light earthy scents. The palate is well balanced with a lilting opening and passion fruit and pineapple flavours. Refined and open towards the finish. Drink this


early – you will not be disappointed.” – Neil Martin, Vinous (June 2021). (89-91) Drinking window: 2022-2028.


“Heavy clay soils which they have got back into shape, less compacted. Chiselled but with weight. White fruit and pear aromas. Clean tingling finish,

slightly richer at the back, long for a village.” – Jasper Morris MW, Inside Burgundy (June 2021). (88-90)


“Touches of menthol and the exotic are present on the white orchard fruit-scented nose. There is good verve and an attractive texture to the round, caressing and delicious medium weight flavors that exude a refreshing salinity on the bright and zesty finish. This needs to add depth but it may indeed

do just that if given a few years of cellaring.” – Allen Meadows, Burghound (October 2021). (88-91). Drinking window: 2024+