Now under the care of the second generation, Arnaud and David, Domaine Roland Lavantureux is adherent to quality and mindful of image. And if there's a bottle on the books to prove it, it's Vaudesir. This grand cru site sits in a natural amphitheater, with a double exposure and Kimmeridgian soils that also contain a significant amount of clay. There's plenty of tension, but thanks to élevage in wood, this bottle also has harmonious texture and subtle toasty character. If you've got a thing for Cote de Beaune wines, this Chablis Grand Cru needs to be on your list. It's a fine collectible.