Did I buy this? Pretty good crisp white. — 7 days ago
This is a steal at $20. Intense, ripe nose with notes of Concord grape, damp earth, hint of mushroom and lemon. Palate not quite up to the nose; full but a bit simple. Needed some breathing time. If it was a Rhone it'd be $40. Love the Languedoc. Points for cost/benefit ratio. — a month ago
Nose is very mineral with lemon curd and tiny tiny hint of sweet lime flesh. It’s a bit cold out of the fridge but it will not me mistaken for anything else besides Chablis. White flowers and mega seashells. Gorgeous. Palate is nimble, fresh and has terrific acids. Really linear and pure. Just a tremendous bottle. So juicy and very sapid. Finishes salty and mineral. Great showing. Sneaky long finish and super chiseled. — 3 months ago
Lovely dry white. Very light on the nose, pear and orange peel on the palate, then quickly moves to a flinty lemon finish. — 2 months ago
Nose is miraculous seashells. Pure clean ocean breeze. Fantastic. Gorgeous classic chablis.
Palate is so clean. Gods lemon juice. So mineral. Elite balance. Wow. So juicy.
Long juicy finish. — 7 months ago
C’mon! This is a great wine. I think some people worry about getting the best chat-neuf or the top-rated —these are wonderful wines built to be enjoyed. We actually had this with prime rib and horseradish sauce, with creamed spinach. It had plenty of power for the rich beef and enough finesse for the sides. — a month ago