Although tradition has it that Beaujolais is a region of red wine, some plots, thanks to the different textures of their sub-soils, allow the successful production of Chardonnay. The Beaujolais Blanc Chauvet is produced on two parcels in the south of the region. The first located in the Pierres Dorées, gives the wine a zesty aspect coming from the limestone soils. The second, with granitic soil in the area of Montmelas, brings it elegant mineral notes. Thanks to this blend, the Beaujolais Blanc Chauvet is able to compete with the most prestigious Cru of the region.