Wow one of my favorite grapes for one of my favorite producers apple, pear fresh hay and lots of rocks!￼ A perfect pick me up on one of those days where all seems a bit hopeless 💔 but this was inspiring and especially good with an impromptu shrimp curry￼￼ — 2 months ago
Not many bottles from Didier left. Greatest pouilly fumé evar. Much love. — 2 months ago
Cherry nose, with fennel and slate. Light and creamy, and dances on the tongue. Smooth tannins and long cherry finish. Very nice for $15! — 3 months ago
The nose reveals; sour lemons, green apple skin, green apple Jolly Rancher, lime zest to candy, pineapple juice, underripe green melon, white peach, honeysuckle, some fresh, green herbs, white spices, cream, notes of melted butter, caramel notes, hints of vanillin, cream, some candle wax, steely flintiness, saline, sea fossils, powdery beautiful, chalkiness, limestone minerals, grey volcanics, fruit blossoms, spring flowers, jasmine & yellow florals.
The body is; a touch waxy, full, rich, round, lush & gorgeous. Great viscosity, tangy & sour lemons, green apple skin, green apple Jolly Rancher, lime zest to candy, pineapple juice, underripe green melon, white peach, honeysuckle, honeycombs, some fresh, green herbs, white spices, caramel notes, hints of vanillin, cream, steely, flintiness, white spices, mint, saline, sea fossils, powdery chalkiness, limestone minerals, grey volcanics, river stones, tree bark w/ just a touch of sap, fruit blossoms, spring flowers, jasmine & yellow florals. The acidity is like a rushing, fresh water Colorado river. The long; gorgeous, sexy, polished, elegant, finely balanced finish is excellent wire to wire and persists minutes.
Beautiful wine & vintage. It’s about 3-5 years away from 94 & has 10-15 years of good drinking ahead. Properly stored of course.
Quite good with Lamb Chopper harder white cheese & Rustic Bakery Rosemary & Olive Oil Organic Flatbread & the Jasper Hill Willoughby soft white cheese with the Firehook flatbread crackers.
Photos of; Domaine William Fevre, their Bougros Vineyard, Winemaker- Didier Séguier and the entrance to William Fevre. — 2 months ago
Not a typical Chablis to my mind. Yes a hint of green in the colour but lower in mineralogy and that element of flint. Nevertheless a lovely wine with peachy fruit and decent body and length. Think more southern Burgundy. I would definitely buy again at this price point. — a month ago
Yes. Pop and pour, notes from 3 hrs open. As with the Pur Sang, this needs a lot of air right now. With air, this is stunning. Gooseberry, sour apple, lemon oil, mint leaf. On the palate: great density and richness, but balanced by fantastic acidity. Mint-infused oil, lemon peel, lovely herbal notes. Lovely, clean finish. — 2 months ago
Nothing “petit” about this Chablis — 3 months ago
Crisp, dry, refreshing — 3 months ago