During the 1960's, at a time when Chablis vineyards were all but abandoned, Robert Drouhin believed in the potential of this wine region. Attracted by the unique qualities of this terroir, considered an integral part of greater Burgundy, Robert examined maps, spent time visiting the area, and studied his families notes regarding the oldest vineyards. He chose the Moulin de Vaudon, an 18th century spot, surrounded by 95 acres that once was the property of patriarch Joseph Drouhin. Almost 60 years later, the white wines of Drouhin Vaudon are some of the best in the world. A dry and fruity wine, easy to drink. Its color is pale gold with greenish hues. Very fresh aromas reminiscent of citrus (lemon or grapefruit); small pleasant touches of fern or coriander are found as well. On the palate, dry and fruity, with mineral notes. Pleasant and long aftertaste.