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Billaud-Simon Chablis 1er Cru Les Vaillons, France 2021

Billaud-Simon Chablis 1er Cru Les Vaillons.

Alcohol: 11.0% White from France, Burgundy Year: 2021

The 2021 Billaud-Simon Chablis 1er Cru Les Vaillons is an exceptional wine that exemplifies the prestigious Premier Cru classification and showcases the distinct terroir of the Les Vaillons vineyard. With its pale gold hue, this vintage reveals captivating aromas of ripe citrus fruits, white flowers, and a subtle flinty minerality. On the palate, it offers a perfect balance of vibrant acidity, crisp fruit flavors, and a lingering saline quality, beautifully reflecting the unique characteristics of the Les Vaillons terroir. This wine is a true testament to Billaud-Simon's commitment to crafting wines of exceptional quality and expressing the essence of Chablis Premier Cru.






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$88.00 SGD
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Billaud-Simon is a revered wine producer with a rich history deeply rooted in the Chablis region of Burgundy, France. Since its establishment in 1815, Billaud-Simon has been crafting exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroir of the region. With vineyards spread across prestigious Chablis appellations, their wines epitomize the essence of Chardonnay. Billaud-Simon adheres to traditional winemaking methods, emphasizing meticulous vineyard management, hand-harvesting, and gentle pressing to preserve the grapes' purity. The result is a collection of elegant and mineral-driven wines, characterized by vibrant acidity, crisp fruit flavors, and a profound sense of place. Billaud-Simon is a true guardian of Chablis' winemaking heritage, crafting wines that capture the essence of this esteemed winegrowing region.


Hand harvested to preserve the quality of the fruit. They are manually sorted on a vibrating sorting table to retain only the healthiest fruit. The grapes are drained naturally before being pressed using a pneumatic press to gently extract the juices and conserve as much aroma as possible. Static cold settling of the musts for 12 to 24 hours in stainless steel vats to obtain a bright, clear juice. Alcoholic fermentation followed by malolactic fermentation, both natural, in stainless steel vats.


14 to 16 months in stainless steel vats with, if necessary, some time spent in French oak barrels. The aging process preserves freshness and minerality whilst bringing complexity and body to the wine. The wine is racked twice before being bottled in the end of Autumn.



Residual Sugar

1.9 g/L

Serving temperature



No decanting needed

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