William Fèvre Chablis is a white wine aged on lees and made by Domaine William Fèvre in the AOC Chablis denomination, with Chardonnay, one of the star varieties of Burgundy (France).
Domaine William Fèvre is one of the most prestigious wineries in Chablis. It has been run since 1998 by Didier Séguier, one of the most powerful white winemakers in Burgundy. He works 16 hectares of Grands Crus to produce world-renowned, fresh and mineral wines.
William Fèvre Chablis comes from vines planted on Kimmeridgian soils. These terroirs have ancient marine sediments that provide extraordinary finesse and minerality. The vines are cultivated using traditional agriculture with a detailed understanding of the conditions of the terroir.
Once the William Fèvre Chablis grapes have been harvested, they undergo a short pneumatic pressing and a very light static settling. The resulting must ferments spontaneously for a month with native yeasts in small stainless steel tanks. The wine rests there on its lees for 8-10 months before being bottled.
A denomination known for its freshness and minerality, William Fèvre Chablis is an exceptional Chablis from one of the best producers in the region.