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The initial spicy, citrus hit is overt and intense, followed by a rush of sherbet shooting up out of the glass. Candied lime with greengage fruit, spice and a hint of toasted macadamia nut join in on the palate, underpinned by racy, linear acidity. Extremely complex, but delicate and harmonious. The overall sensation is of a delicate filigree of flavours, with a lacy ethereal quality. As the wine opens up in the glass more and more layers reveal themselves. Characterful with a real sense of purpose, but incredibly elegant at the same time, it envelops the tastebuds but never smothers them. Truly a magnificent, exciting Les Clos, this has great finesse and a calm stateliness. Not to be missed. Drink 2015-2025.
William Fèvre is one of Chablis's most respected domaines and is credited with putting this region of Chardonnay vines, WIlliam began purchasing parcels of the region's Premier and Grand Cru vineyards that had fallen out of fashion. He quickly grew the estate to an impressive 50 hectares and established a fine reputation for his white Burgundy. He retired in 1998 and sold the estate to négociant Bouchard, who installed Didier Séguier as winemaker.See More
RegionBurgundy & Chablis Wine Region, France
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