La Chablisienne, founded in 1923, has been at the vanguard of the modern co-operative movement and has challenged the assumption that big (250,000 bottles/year) cannot be beautiful. Over the years, La Chablisienne has given birth to a series of wonderful, age worthy wines that have positioned the estate at the top of the cooperative wine quality hierarchy; indeed, there are fewer cooperatives anywhere that make better wines than La Chablisienne. The grapes come from 300 winegrowers in the region and are vinified under the talented eye of Vincent Bartement, who yet again, has secured La Chablisienne the award of IWSC French Wine Producer of the Year 2018. A signature characteristic of La Chablisienne is a mosaic of climates, or vineyard plots, making it one of the few sources from which wine lovers can truly taste the differences between the various premier cru and Grand Cru sites. The wines are made from a single grape variety, Chardonnay; therefore, the differences between the wines express phenomenal terroir diversity. The unique soils, specifically Kimmeridgian soils, and microclimates of Chablis prove an ideal place for Chardonnay cultivation. Here mineral examples are produced, as well as, wines of superb finesse unmatched by any other Chardonnay in the world. La Chablisienne’s range of Chablis offerings cover the full spectrum from Petit Chablis’ to Grand Crus. Their quality is consistently outstanding.