Chablis 1er Cru Les Vaucopins,Chateau de Viviers 2010 is sleek but maybe still a little closed but with fabulous potential to improve over the next three to four years. At the start of the twenty first century, there were forty Premier cru vineyards in the area. The names of many of these vineyards do not appear on wine labels because of an INAO allowance that permits the use of "umbrella names"-where smaller, lesser known vineyards are allowed to use the name of a nearby more famous Premier cru vineyard. Seventeen of the best known "umbrella" vineyards are Mont de Milieu, Montée de Tonnerre, Fourchaume, Vaillons, Montmains, Côte de Léchet, Beauroy, Vauligneau, Vaudevey, Vaucoupin, Vosgros, Les Fourneaux, Côte de Vaubarousse, Berdiot, Chaume de Talvat, Côte de Jouan and Les Beauregards. In general Premier Cru wines have at least half a degree of alcohol less by volume and tend to have less aromatics and intensity in flavours.
|Low in Sulphites||No|
|Wine Style||Medium-bodied White|