The 2016 Chablis Villages, matured in a combination of stainless steel and barrels, has a lifted bouquet, with hints of yellow flower (dandelion consommé, perhaps) coming through with time. The palate is fresh on the entry, with a touch of orange rind neatly embroidered into the Granny Smith apple and granite notes that gently fan out on the finish. This is a few furlongs better than the Petit Chablis this vintage and, as such, comes recommended.
90 points | Neal Martin, The Wine Advocate

Jean-François Bordet practises coolish fermentation and allows his wines to mature for 3-5 months on their lees; this maximises the contact and promotes a luscious style to the wines. His approach is clearly contemporary, but it delivers very stylish wines which fully express both the fruit and terroir. 

Domaine Séguinot-Bordet dates from 1590 and is now managed by the young Jean-François Bordet who has recently taken over from his grand father Roger Séguinot. Most of the 16 hectares of the vineyards are located on the right bank of the serein river benefiting from a perfect south / south-east exposition.



Grape Variety Chardonnay
Closure Cork
Bottle Size 750ml
Brand Seguinot-Bordet
SKU SE1116