Deep wine red. Blueberry, a bit sweet. Quite juicy. Acidic. 2020 @1560, X seafood, 230726 — 2 months ago
A good Chardonnay type wine. Was really good with Seafoodm — 5 months ago
Bwah! What can I say? Olivier just makes wines that I’m incredibly fond of and this was no exception. For me, the Lamy Bourgogne punches assuredly above its weight class (though proper AB comparisons are still in order to validate this). It’s just the detail and intensity that gets to me. Soars in the glass with aromas of citrus, green apple, iodine, and a touch of herbaceous elements. The flavours follow through to the palate with mind-boggling delineation. Pure, bracing, weighty, long, and so so chalky that even the most seasoned of taster might call this a Chablis. Damn it, I need more! I certainly put the entire table onto these wines with this pull - the perfect gateway drug to the world of Lamy. — a year ago
Cork $23? per Dave MacIntyre. Nice fragrance, with strawberry and red fruit. ￼Touch of barnyard. Light body with raspberry, and fruit bordering on sweet. No tannin, some acid. From Wine Traditions in Falls Church, do we trust and like. NB clima￼t se of Chablis. — 3 months ago
Very mineral and gravelly on the nose. Wonderful intensity for a Village While Burgundy. Ripe grapefruit with cleansing acidity. I’m glad I waited 7 years to have the first one. Quite impressive. Had a 2nd bottle 30 weeks later on 16th September 2023 with similar notes. Aromas of white flowers. Very mineral on nose (stony) and palate. Lemon and other citrus. Like the body, leanness and acid of a Chablis. — 7 months ago
Nose has lemon preserves, dehydrated pineapple, ripe pear and honeysuckle.
Palate has under-ripe pineapple, yellow apple, pear, beeswax and crushed rock with a quite lengthy finish. Notes at 90m open.
One of the most fresh 15 year old Chablis I can ever recall; A pure treat for the senses.
Paired to a roasted chicken from a local farmer, pan drippings supplemented with Bourgogne Blanc enhanced the veggies roasting below. — a year ago