Alice + Olivier De Moor
Alice and Olivier De Moor craft seductive, additctive wines from 7.5 ha across Chablis, Saint-Bris and Chitry. It all began in 1989 when Olivier decided to plant some vines on land owned by his family. He started in Chablis with vineyards Bel Air, Clardy and Rosette. At the same time Olivier and Alice, who both studied eonology at Dijon Enological School were working at a large Chablis estate. In the Autumn of 1994 after they had vinified the first vintage, they began to rent some vines in Saint Bris. By 1995 the pair had finally set up their own winery which had high ceilngs allowing them to acheive their goal of vinifying by gravity. The next year they planted a large plot of Chardonnay and Aligoté in Chitry. In 2005 they started to elimante the use of chemicals from the vineyard and they haven't looked back since. The wines are, without a doubt, a true expression of terroir. They sell out almost as soon as they land in Copenhagen.