Deep brown colour. Intense aromatic bouquet reminiscent of blackcurrants, berries of other little red and black fruits and the animal smells. Powerful mouth, mingling a great smoothness and a high level of acidity with the tannins. Aging Potential: 5 to 15 years - Winemaker's Notes
Set up in the town of Maligny, Lamblin Fils is one of the oldest Domaine in the Chablis region. The first traces of this family on this land date back 1690...
In 1890, Louis Lamblin made the first move in trade. His son,Henri Lamblin as he was carrying on with his double occupation as wine grower and merchant, acted upon the trade union life of the vineyard and contributed to draw up many laws relating to the various appellations. But at the end of the fifties, Jacques, his son, has known how to give an international expansion to Lamblin firm.
Since 1987, Michel (on the right) & Didier (on the left) Lamblin have been working in perfect complementary and harmony. The former is above all in charge of administrative matters and management whereas the latter, after consistent oenology studies, is now leading the technical part. Outstanding managers, still anxious to keep the quality which has made their reputation, they work with passion and determination while respecting the tradition of their predecessors.
2003 celebrates the arrival of the 12th generation in the winery with Clément (on the left), who, after his studies of viticulture and oenology in Beaune, joins the family-owned winery to assist his father Didier. Only 2 years after, he won the 17th Trophée Jeunes Talents ! Alexandre (on the right), son of Michel, arrived in 2005.