The Fye vineyards on the right bank are primarily limestone; this is where you find the Grand Cru, along with the villages of Fleys and Fyé and the 1er Cru Vaucoupin, Montée de Tonnerre, and Fourchaume. E.g. a solid pedigree! These right-bank wines are characterized by an intense minerality and more leaner fruit.
This 100% Chardonnay Chablis by Montreal native, Patrick Piuze, who got his start with greats such as Leflaive, Jean-Marc Brocard and peers.
Via The Importer:
"Fyé comes from a 2.5 hectare parcel surrounding a little chateau that you can see from the top of the Grand Cru hill near the subclimate, Chapelot in 1er Cru Montee de Tonnerre. This vineyard sits just opposite Blanchots."
"Fermented and aged entirely in stainless steel tanks. Fyé is characterized by floral aromatics and fresh, pit fruit on the palate."