Billaud is of the belief that Blanchot is the most mineral-dominated cru in Chablis, indeed so much so that it can be a brutal and violent wine that must be 'tamed' by the wood, hence the different vinification philosophy; the Billaud vines directly abut Les Clos). Billaud indicated that this would be bottled in late June or early July. A moderately toasty nose does not dominate the white flower, citrus, stone and seaweed-infused aromas that marry into rich, intense and impressively concentrated big-bodied though not necessarily overtly muscular flavors that also brim with ample amounts of palate coating dry extract on the dazzlingly persistent finish.
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