Christophe Camu Chablis

Christophe Camu Chablis


  • The age of the vines are between 35 – 40 years.
  • The vineyards are located on the hillsides where the soils are Kimmeridgian, limestone rich in fossils which brings finesse and minerality to the wines of Chablis.
  • Fresh and light, its aroma and flavor develop quickly.
  • Keep 3 to 5 years. Serve at a temperature of 10 – 11°C or 50 – 52°F.

Varietal Composition: 100% Chardonnay

Elaboration: Natural alcoholic and malolactic fermentation with indigenous yeast 100% in vats.

Tasting Notes: This Chablis has a light and brilliant yellow color, a fine and very fruity nose reminiscent of white-fleshed fruits and citrus fruits. The palate is supple and surprises with its freshness. A wine with a surprising balance between liveliness and its natural roundness.




Domaine Christophe Camu was established in 1850 and passed down through seven generations (so far) of the family. Today, Christophe Camu and his son, Dylan, manage the estate, making quality, yet humble, wines in and around the village of Chablis in north-central France, 152 kilometers southeast of Paris.

Perpetuating a family heritage, beyond bequeathing land and instilling a passion for wine, also means enriching oneself with the history of these ancestors. While revering the traditions of those who came before, Christophe and Dylan also understand that contemporary winemaking processes and techniques offer necessary improvements to traditional viticulture and viniculture.