Pasquier Desvignes Chablis is known to have a Freshly cut grass and white pears waft on the nose. Citrus blossom, white fruits and melon lively on the pallet with pronounced acidity. Crisp, zippy, hot and nicely dry.
In 1823, César Desvignes, took an oath with his brothers, promising that the name Desvignes would remain forever attached to the Domaine du Marquisat.
In memory of this pact, the house of Pasquier Desvignes, through the selection, vinification and storage of its wines, has perpetuated the ancestral know-how on which its reputation is built.
Pasquier Desvignes is more than a tradition of wine-growing spanning 5 centuries, it is a great House. Over the years, it has successfully expanded its range of wines with best-knowed appellations such as the Rhône and the Burgundy.