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The winter was somewhat mild, with temperatures above average in December and February.
The clement temperatures in March allowed the vine to develop well, but the spring frosts put the brakes on.
Therefore, the most advanced plots reached the stage of mid bud-break in the first days of April. It took at least two weeks for the tardiest plots to catch up.
The vegetative cycle then resumed thanks to a very warm spring. These temperatures rose to heatwave level in July, giving way to quite a cool start to August.
The end of August and the beginning of September were fair and the grapes ripened at a steady rate.

Bud break: beginning of April
Flowering: beginning of June
Veraison: mid-August

Start of the grape harvest at the end of August until mid-October in certain regions. Settled, fair weather throughout the entire period.

White wines: clean, great aromatic purity and remarkable balance. Very rich in the mouth.
Red wines: ruby coloured, elegant with supple tannins and pleasant freshness. Wonderfully more-ish

Chablis area

A two-stage vintage, cold then hot

An early bud break followed by morning frosts until May. A very hot summer followed by a drought lead to a water shortage.
At the beginning of September, the grape harvest started under blazing sunshine, resulting in an average harvest.

Côte Chalonnaise

Good vintage, with red wines showing excellent colour.


Good vintage, with red wines showing excellent colour.

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