A 13 hectare family run Estate that really shows Chablis in its best light; pure, clean, bright and moderately aromatic with a driving citrus structure and strong mineral notes. Wonderful wines from their entry level to the very special Premier Cru wines.
2011 is a great year for Pommier. Their wines are crystal clear, lean, clean refreshment machines. White flowers, sweet citrus, dough and river pebbles on the nose. A long, clean, palate follows. The acid and texture are real highlights from this vintage.
Petit Chablis – On the bottom of the Chablis hierarchy, Petit Chablis is often from lesser sites and sometimes not on the kimmeridgean soils that make Chablis taste like Chablis. I often find that a Petit Chablis is like a Non-Vintage Champagne in that it reflects the producers house style more than site or vintage. The best are wonderful, just like a small Chablis and they can be wonderfully cheap too.