Maison François Martenot has its origins at the beginning of the 20th century when Lucien Gustave Martenot acquired a 10 ha estate in Savigny-lès-Beaune. This domain was created in 1859 by Mr. Léonce Bocquet, then the sole owner of the Château du Clos Vougeot, and fervent defender of Burgundy and its cultural heritage. The domain then developed thanks to the acquisition of neighboring land and many works of planting vines and housing works were undertaken.

Petit Chablis

Grape variety



Located in northern Burgundy near Auxerre, the Chablis vineyards are alongside a small river aptly named: the Serein ("Serene").


The Chablis region is a limestone plateau cut by valleys. The Premier Crus lie on a stratum dating from the Kimmeridgian (155 millions years BC) with alternating marl and limestone and tiny deposits of oysters in the rock, reminiscent of the warm and shallow sea which then covered Burgundy.


Traditional vinification. The grapes are pressed on arrival at the winery using pneumatic presses. The fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks thermo-regulated at 16°C. The wines are aged on fine lees for 9 months in stainless steel.

Petit Chablis

sensory characteristic


A pale golden colour.


A typical nose with orange blossom, lime and grapefruit notes.


A tense and precise mouth with a nice acidity and freshness on the finish.


Ideal as an aperitif, but also with poultry and veal in creamy sauce, creamy risotto with meat or fish, grilled fish, cold antipasti and ratatouille, mixed salads, sushi. Perfect with Goat cheese.



Cellar potential

Drink within 2 years.

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