A love of Chablis has been the story of the Tremblay family for five generations. Gérard, his wife Hélène, and their children Vincent and Eléonore, grow exquisite chardonnay on just over 37 hectares in Chablis, including 10 in the first Crus (Côte de Lechet, Fourchaume, Beauroy). Farming is done with organic practices or lutte raisonnée, with plowing and extra care to protect the microclimate and soils. Fermentation is done with native yeasts in 1/3 oak and 2/3 stainless steel, and during aging they always have a very gentle touch with lees and oak to preserve the freshness of the Chablis. Always a forerunner in the AOC, the Tremblay family produces Chablis wines that are very distinctive with the characteristic aromas of their terroirs, where the mineral side blends with the scents of white flowers.