A historic domaine, first stablished by the monks in the 12th century, was purchased by the Gruhier family in 1990, and it has since made a revival. You probably haven't heard much about this appellation, it's a baby one for Burgundy, gaining AOC status just in 2006. Bourgogne-Tonnerre is located just south of the Aube, the southern most village in Champagne, it shares the same Kimmeridgian clay soil found in Chablis and wines here can have show some high toned acidity.
Soil: South/southeast/east-facing, up to 45% slope, Kimmeridgian clay-limestone soil
Viticulture: Organic (certified as of 2015)
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