Jeremy Arnaud is a young guy from a winemaking family in Chablis who only took a real interest in wine late in his education. But then he went hard, pursuing a formal education at school while taking many apprenticeships in the real world.Instead of starting out at the family domaine, he decided to try and prove himself with his own (very) tiny domaine of just 0.55 hectares in 2016, where he can do things his way. He’s off to a great start. His plot of Vau de Vey is about 40 years old. Just starting to get where you could consider it old vines, as he says. He farms with minimal inputs and grows grass between the rows on this very steep site to prevent erosion. He harvests by hand, works in the cellar by taste and minimizes sulfur and other interventions. He seems to be in the camp of young winemakers who aim to make natural wine but who put the expression of grape, terroir, and vintage above all else.
Crisp , Elegant , Fruity