Domaine William Fèvre

Chablis Chardonnay

8.9430 ratings
8.960 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
Bob McDonald

Pale Lemon in colour. Notes of mandarin and a little flint but overall more fleshy pulpy fruit than mineral. A great summer drink - peachy flavours - I will keep the other 5 bottles until later in the year. No need to cellar this. Refreshing uncomplicated drinking.

Pale Lemon in colour. Notes of mandarin and a little flint but overall more fleshy pulpy fruit than mineral. A great summer drink - peachy flavours - I will keep the other 5 bottles until later in the year. No need to cellar this. Refreshing uncomplicated drinking.

Jun 9th, 2020
Erik Helms

Sommelier/Wine & Beer Buyer Whole Foods Oakland

8.9

Nice staple Chablis that checks all the boxes. Lively and fresh, plus minerality and a surprising amount of fruit. Paired well with chicken Saltimbocca.

Nice staple Chablis that checks all the boxes. Lively and fresh, plus minerality and a surprising amount of fruit. Paired well with chicken Saltimbocca.

Apr 23rd, 2020
Martin Bergo

A solid benchmark for the standard Chablis. Everything in the right place.

A solid benchmark for the standard Chablis. Everything in the right place.

Dec 7th, 2018
Severn Goodwin

2 May 2018

2017, for what is available, looks very promising...

2 May 2018

2017, for what is available, looks very promising...

May 2nd, 2018
boyd pearson

Quintessential

Quintessential

Apr 13th, 2018
Scott Taddeo

Not bad. Cucumber, green apple, pear, melon, wet ferns and a touch of cream. Bit short and bitter on the finish

Not bad. Cucumber, green apple, pear, melon, wet ferns and a touch of cream. Bit short and bitter on the finish

Dec 10th, 2017
Matt Lasater

Classic example w/out any flare or nonsense. Lemon, oystershell, touch of riper fruit on the palate from vintage.

Classic example w/out any flare or nonsense. Lemon, oystershell, touch of riper fruit on the palate from vintage.

Nov 12th, 2017
Peter van den Besselaar

Vintage 2015

Vintage 2015

Oct 3rd, 2017
Greg Ballington

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

8.9

Third wine for our wine pairing at Chef's Table this evening, paired with a butter poached lobster with cavier and bruere blanc.

Light pale yellow. Layered nose with notes of citrus, apples, white stones and lemon zest. Strong acidity (7/10) and bright. Crisp and refreshing palate with lots of lemon zest and minerality. Medium bodied with a long finish. Drink till 2023.

Third wine for our wine pairing at Chef's Table this evening, paired with a butter poached lobster with cavier and bruere blanc.

Light pale yellow. Layered nose with notes of citrus, apples, white stones and lemon zest. Strong acidity (7/10) and bright. Crisp and refreshing palate with lots of lemon zest and minerality. Medium bodied with a long finish. Drink till 2023.

Sep 7th, 2017
Jordan Wardlaw

2017 Village is showing very well right now. First impression was more of exotic fruit character and round flesh in the mid palate but the overall character shifted dramatically with air. Lychee, mango, passion fruit and honeysuckle are still there, but savoring the finish reveals salt preserved key lime, wet stones and citrus pith. Quite pure and aromatic.

2017 Village is showing very well right now. First impression was more of exotic fruit character and round flesh in the mid palate but the overall character shifted dramatically with air. Lychee, mango, passion fruit and honeysuckle are still there, but savoring the finish reveals salt preserved key lime, wet stones and citrus pith. Quite pure and aromatic.

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