Domaine Chofflet-Valdenaire cultivates about half of the 3 hectare Givry Blanc 1er Cru Les Galaffres vineyard. It is located next to the Clos de Choue in Russilly and the vines are 40 year old. The exposition is due south with a mix of limestone and white clay for the soil, making it ideal for Chardonnay. Denis Valdenaire harvests his white grapes after the reds. He gently presses the grapes for two hours to ensure that the juice is as clear as possible. Fermentation occurs in tanks for 90% of the harvest, while 10% is vinified in new barrels. The young wine develops in tank on its lees and is assembled with the barrel-aged portion in June, after the malolactic fermentation finishes. The Givry Blanc 1er Cru les Galaffres is then lightly filtered by diatomaceous earth and fined with bentonite clay before bottling in August. 320 cases are made.