Alice et Olivier De Moor

L'Humeur du Temps Chablis Chardonnay

9.219 ratings
9.28 pro ratings
Chablis, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
Duck, Shellfish, Goose, Mushrooms, Manchego & Parmesan, Game, Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chicken, Turkey, Cheddar & Gruyere, Meaty & Oily Fish, White Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Cream Sauces
Top Notes For
Brian Szluk

Medium plus acidity, green plum skin, green apples, lemon zest, Persian lime, faint clementine and butter milk.

Medium plus acidity, green plum skin, green apples, lemon zest, Persian lime, faint clementine and butter milk.

Dec 28th, 2018
Jeremy Shanker

Sommelier at RN74

9.3

The 15s 👌🏻

The 15s 👌🏻

May 27th, 2017
Josh Luhn

Luhn Wine Consulting Owner, Luhn Family Wines

9.2

2015

2015

May 18th, 2017
Doug Kahn

Moor?! Did you say Moor?

Moor?! Did you say Moor?

May 2nd, 2017
Phil Stice

Salt water, cheesy funk. This is the bomb. Has rich fruit but balanced w acid. Flowers, beeswax, citrus

Salt water, cheesy funk. This is the bomb. Has rich fruit but balanced w acid. Flowers, beeswax, citrus

Mar 10th, 2017
David McDuff

Wine Blogger McDuff's Food & Wine Trail, Importer David Bowler Wines

Brilliant

Brilliant

Jan 28th, 2018
Ned Gray Creed

Lovely refresher. Oh man that nose.

Lovely refresher. Oh man that nose.

Oct 31st, 2018
Sergio Licea

Sometimes, it’s the challenging vintages that really solidify the reputation of a quality producer. This is a clear example. The roundness of the warm vintage is present, but so is the familiar acid tension playing in the background. Lemon pulp, sea breeze, chalk aromas. Mineral notes are not overshadowed by the weight, finish is crisp, lingering, with toasty briny notes well suited for fish and fried food pairings. Lots of effort and crucial correct decisions were made to produce this wine.

Sometimes, it’s the challenging vintages that really solidify the reputation of a quality producer. This is a clear example. The roundness of the warm vintage is present, but so is the familiar acid tension playing in the background. Lemon pulp, sea breeze, chalk aromas. Mineral notes are not overshadowed by the weight, finish is crisp, lingering, with toasty briny notes well suited for fish and fried food pairings. Lots of effort and crucial correct decisions were made to produce this wine.

Jul 15th, 2018
Erik Nordman

Really awesome Chablis. In a richer style, which is further amped up by the warm vintage, yet still has that bracing, sea-spray Chablis-ness to satisfy the itch for racy salinity that you want a good Chablis to be able to scratch. Pours a bright medium (-) gold hue. High concentration of aromatics of slightly bruised green apple, lemon curd, saline sea spray, wet stone and crushed oyster shell, dogwood floral notes, fresh brioche dough and aged cheese rind leesiness, crème fraîche, and a slight fennel spice. On the palate, there's more perfectly ripe green apple, lemon curd, saline oyster shell and wet stone minerality, aged cheese rind, and crème fraîche. High acid, bone dry, medium (-) body but with a rich oily texture. Moderate, in-balance alcohol. Great length on the palate. Wonderful complexity. Would take well to a short-to-medium term cellaring but is honestly so delicious and generous now, too. Definitely want to seek out more Chablis from the De Moors.

Really awesome Chablis. In a richer style, which is further amped up by the warm vintage, yet still has that bracing, sea-spray Chablis-ness to satisfy the itch for racy salinity that you want a good Chablis to be able to scratch. Pours a bright medium (-) gold hue. High concentration of aromatics of slightly bruised green apple, lemon curd, saline sea spray, wet stone and crushed oyster shell, dogwood floral notes, fresh brioche dough and aged cheese rind leesiness, crème fraîche, and a slight fennel spice. On the palate, there's more perfectly ripe green apple, lemon curd, saline oyster shell and wet stone minerality, aged cheese rind, and crème fraîche. High acid, bone dry, medium (-) body but with a rich oily texture. Moderate, in-balance alcohol. Great length on the palate. Wonderful complexity. Would take well to a short-to-medium term cellaring but is honestly so delicious and generous now, too. Definitely want to seek out more Chablis from the De Moors.

Jul 30th, 2017
Michael Piaker

7 June 2017. The Four Horsemen, Brooklyn, NY.

7 June 2017. The Four Horsemen, Brooklyn, NY.

Jun 9th, 2017