Domaine Pinson is one of the most exciting producers in Chablis today. The Pinson's trace their roots in Chablis back to 1640. The domaine truly began in take shape under the care of Louis Pinson, who led the domaine in 1940 to become one of the first properties in Chablis to sell directly to the public, establishing them as early adopters of estate bottling. The domaine today is run by the dynamic Charlène Pinson and her father Laurent. They own 14 hectares of the crème de la crème of Chablis terroir, with prime holdings in six premier crus and the grandest cru of them all, Les Clos. The fruit is 100% hand harvested, which puts them in a very small group of rarified producers in Chablis. The only other domaines I can think of in that region that are 100% hand harvested are Raveneau and Dauvissat. Certainly good company to be in indeed. The wines are rich as well, showing the riper side of Chablis without losing their precision. The 2019 Les Preuses was made mostly in stainless steel, with 20% seeing new oak.