Perfect with oyster stew in honor of my fathers birthday￼... I remember him every year by making this dish￼ and my own touch is enjoying it with some unpretentious white burgundy 🌟 p.s. I just found out this year that this is also the birthday of Jaco pastorius who my dog is named after￼￼￼...mind blown! — 12 hours ago
This 1er Cru is bottled on the property, which was founded in 1870. Pale lemon with fresh fruit aromas of stone and citrus fruits with wafts of mineral notes, aged for 12 months on oak. On the palate flavors of clean apple and pear, nice acidity, good balance on long finish ending with rich bright mineral character. Nice! — 5 days ago
Nose has fresh lemon slice, lemon juice on chalk, lightly oxidized yellow apple slice and crushed oyster shells.
Palate has warmed lemon, lemon peel, wet chalk, orange peel, (minor) lemon verbena tea with a sandstone-chalky finish.
A fun, but youthful, Chablis; expect this bottle to show better in 2021-22+. — 12 days ago
If this is petit, they’re Gran Crus will be off the hook. Like Le mensil, lemons, stones, a little bit of candy on the finish mixed with salinity. Pith. — 6 days ago
Chablisien profile but very rich.
Nose is rich. Almost buttery. Not oaky. Perfumed though in a lovely way. Really pretty.
Palate has green apple. But almost like it’s baked. Some minerality. But not a screamer. Really delicious. Rich on the palate.
A very enjoyable wine if a bit atypical.
As this opens its spectacular. I shouldnt really go crazy on it bc the vintage is so reviled. But it’s amazing. Rich yet elegant. Aromatic. Complex. Wow.
Bought from fass selections. — 8 days ago
This is a delicious Chardonnay from Burgundy. Crisp and refreshing, and medium bodied with medium plus acidity.
Showing lemons, limes, light grapefruits, tropical fruits, minerals, spices and white pepper.
Nice length on the finish with more limes and grapefruits.
Nicely balanced with nice complexity. Tangy and impressive.
Good right out of the bottle and better after 30 minutes of airtime.
Would be interesting to see how this 3 year old evolves in the next few years.
Good by itself and better with food. I paired it with a baked red snapper, which was great together, as this was very lemony and accompanied the fish perfectly.
12.5% alcohol by volume. Kosher.
$30. — 10 days ago
This is almost as guaranteed as any wine out there. Lovely nose of citrus, seashells and an airlines. Green apple skins. Palate is playful, refined and energetic. Really balanced and super pure. Sappy and deep with terrific apple and barely ripe pear. Lovely energy and delineation. Awesome grip and tension. Such a juicy finish that stays with you. — 11 days ago