|The domaine William Fèvre, the purest expression of the soil of Chablis. William Fèvre keeps going the family tradition when founding the Domaine de la Maladière. Indeed, the Fèvre family is settled in the Chablis’s region for more than 250 years. William Fèvre exploited each parcel differently in order to provide to the wine the best expression of the soil through the grapes. The main will of the Domaine is to combine authenticity, quality and the grapes’ experience of chardonnay. Settled since 11th century, chardonnay has been the main grape type within Chablis area. The domaine William Fèvre extends on 48 hectares, with 12 hectares in Premiers Crus, 15,2 hectares in Grands Crus and the remaining surface shared between the appellation Chablis and Petit Chablis. Located on soils recognized as “historic”, the wines of the domaine William Fèvre propose a wide aromatic palette with a mineral major. Among the best success of Domaine William Fèvre, we can outline the grands cru “Les Preuses” and “Les Clos”. The domaine William Fèvre, like Bouchard Père et Fils, was bought in 1998 by the Champagne House Henriot.