In 1988 Jean-Claude Oudin and his wife Christiane decided to take over the two-hectare vineyard of Christiane's father, located near the small village of Chichée, just south of Chablis, in the Serein valley. For some time, it was a professional part-time solution, but soon the call of one of the most beautiful vineyards in France became inexorable. Recently, Jean-Claude and Christiane retired, and their daughters Nathalie and Isabelle took over the reins of the company. Today the Oudins are in possession of 10 hectares of vineyards, where most of the vines have exposure to the south and south-west, divided between two appellations: Chablis "village" and Chablis Premier cru. In the latter, the company boasts two climat: Vaucoupins (on the right bank, that of the Grand cru) and Vaugiraut (left bank). The two sisters in the vineyard do not use chemical herbicides or insecticides, and the targeted and reduced to the bone treatments. Even in the cellar, the Oudin sisters try to intervene as little as possible: the fermentations are entrusted to the indigenous yeasts, the refinement takes place on the fine lees in steel tanks, and is often prolonged much more than you do to Chablis. A vinification of classical matrix, respectful of the territorial identity of the grapes that allocate among the best terroir of this denomination Burgundy.