Domaine William Fèvre

Les Clos Chablis Grand Cru Chardonnay

9.153 ratings
8.89 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
Lyle Fass

Founder Fass Selections

9.3

Excellent cut and clarity. Good depth and minerality. Very long. Kept getting better and better. Informal notes at dinner.

Excellent cut and clarity. Good depth and minerality. Very long. Kept getting better and better. Informal notes at dinner.

Sep 9th, 2018
Peter Marks

Master of Wine, Educator Constellation Brands

7.8

Sadly, a bit tired and would have been better 4 years ago.

Sadly, a bit tired and would have been better 4 years ago.

Jan 6th, 2017
Mike Saviage

Lt gold, straw color. Piercing nose of pit fruit, lemon, white flowers and stone. Rich and glycerol in the mouth. Good mouth feel. Med+ finish. With air this became more fruit forward and showed heaviness.

Lt gold, straw color. Piercing nose of pit fruit, lemon, white flowers and stone. Rich and glycerol in the mouth. Good mouth feel. Med+ finish. With air this became more fruit forward and showed heaviness.

May 15th, 2016
Cory Fierro

2005 William Fevre Les Clos chablis.

I had a great write up but Delectable ate it. Here's the abbreviated version: nose of green apple and pear and papaya, beautiful finish, worth the money.

2005 William Fevre Les Clos chablis.

I had a great write up but Delectable ate it. Here's the abbreviated version: nose of green apple and pear and papaya, beautiful finish, worth the money.

May 14th, 2015
Matté

Manager The Wine Cellars

9.0

Slate and lime but with some mineral firework action.
Palate has a full on sappy mineral character with some smoky white fruit, quite hot

Slate and lime but with some mineral firework action.
Palate has a full on sappy mineral character with some smoky white fruit, quite hot

Apr 20th, 2015
Celia Erickson

Bitter finish, hints of petrol, buttered popcorn on nose

Bitter finish, hints of petrol, buttered popcorn on nose

Feb 25th, 2015
Mark Lindzy

Was cheesy/funky open opening, but after a decant it blossomed beautifully with bright oyster shell minerality and yellow pear skins.

Was cheesy/funky open opening, but after a decant it blossomed beautifully with bright oyster shell minerality and yellow pear skins.

Aug 23rd, 2014
Clare Gillette

First bottle had a little nutty oxidation going on with is (still drank well), but this one showed great. Flinty and lively acids, just tons of lemon zest. Still years to go

First bottle had a little nutty oxidation going on with is (still drank well), but this one showed great. Flinty and lively acids, just tons of lemon zest. Still years to go

May 20th, 2018
Joseph Barsky

2005 Vintage. Much better than the 2004 Les Clos we had just before this. The 2004 had oxidized and was not nearly as good as the 2005 which had good acidity, lime and seashell flint.

2005 Vintage. Much better than the 2004 Les Clos we had just before this. The 2004 had oxidized and was not nearly as good as the 2005 which had good acidity, lime and seashell flint.

Mar 4th, 2018
Conrad Green

Not poxed! Beautifully settled and complete. Soft waxy lanolin with white fruit, a hint of pear and apple. Long and supple

Not poxed! Beautifully settled and complete. Soft waxy lanolin with white fruit, a hint of pear and apple. Long and supple

Oct 27th, 2017