Domaine Oudin

Domaine Oudin was established in the late 1980s by Christiane and Jean-Claude Oudin, professionals looking to escape Paris to a small holding in Chichée in Chablis, belonging to Christiane’s parents. Today Domaine Oudin is still very much in family hands, run since 2007 by their daughter Nathalie Oudin with her sister Isabelle joining in 2012. The oldest vineyards, the premier crus of Vaugiraut and Vaucoupin, and the Les Serres, a vineyard selection from plantings adjacent to Vaucoupin, are around 70 years of age. The AOC Chablis is sourced from 45 year old plantings on the left bank of the Serein, since back in the 1970s and 1980s, Chablis as a region was still growing, and new plantings were permitted. The Domaine remains small at 9.5 hectares, farmed organically on the poor, limestone-dominant soils, without herbicides or chemical fertilisers. DOMAINE OUDIN