Chablis 1er Cru
Michaut's 0.6 hectare parcel of Beauroy is located just outside his hometown of Beines, across from the reservoir his grandfather helped create in 1979. Beauroy stretches quite a ways from Beine towards Chablis, and Michaut's vines are in a lieu-dit within Beauroy called Côte de Savant (translates to wise-man's hill). Michaut produces two wines from this same parcel. Like all of Michaut's wines, this cuvée is vinified with native yeasts and without anything added. Beauroy is fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks, while Côte de Savant is vinified and aged in 500 L oak demi-muids.
Beauroy - Lieu-dit Côte de Savant
Vines planted in1980
Vineyard size0.62 ha
Natural settling at low-temperature for 36 hours. The juice is vinified in 500L oak barrels with native yeasts, then undergos malolactic fermentation.
Elevage10 months on fine lees in semi-muids, bottled on July 27, 2019.
Harvest typeHand Harvested
Fining/FilteringUnfined / light filtration
Total production average2500 bottles
UPC Code Bottle741718813017