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Montée de Tonnerre has a sandy, rocky topsoil, rich in Kimmeridgian limestone. The one-hectare parcel that gifts this wine is situated within the lieu-dit of Chapelot, which is separated from the Grand Cru Blanchot by a narrow ravine. The vines cover two continuous plots: one aged 50 years; and a second parcel recently replanted. This is regularly the most mineral, chalky, deep and powerful 1er Cru Chablis in the range. It is also one of the most limited.
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