According to wine director Didier Séguier, William Fèvre customers are young, working, urban wine drinkers, who are influencers between 35 and 50 years of age. Also, the wines seem to attract young, modern women with an interest in fine dining and travel.
As William Fèvre owns a variety of plots, the profile of wines from the domain can be quite broad, from the full-bodied and rounded qualities of Bougros, to the lively, fresh and floral tones of Vaudesir.
The specific winemaking of the estate aims to deliver a richness that highlights aromatic purity and minerality. This allows wine to maintain its unique character and express the differences across, not only different plots, but various vintages.
In terms of flavours, William Fèvre wines are renowned for fresh fruit, white flowers and citrus. Despite the abundance, the balance tends to perfection, with a unique expression of freshness and elegance that is suited for enjoying and sharing.
Typically speaking, the wines of Les Clos are generally more powerful and intense than the other Grand Cru vineyards, often associated with ripe stone fruit, orange peel and honey.
For you, we selected a 2004 William Fevre Les Clos, Chablis Grand Cru.