This is also distinctly woody and while the oak doesn't dominate the ripe and mildly exotic white and yellow orchard fruit nose, it can't be described as subtle. Otherwise there is a lovely sense of purity to the intense, sleek and generous yet precise medium-bodied flavors that possess a succulent mouth feel, all wrapped in an impressively complex and lingering finish. Like the Bougros my rating assumes that the wood will ultimately be successfully integrated.
The 2014 Chablis Grand Cru Vaudesir has a little more brightness than the Bougros at the moment, hints of white chocolate permeating the citrus fruit, well defined and focused. The palate is clean and fresh, more saline than the Bougros with crisp acidity, and nicely focused with an attractive twist of sour lemon on the finish that lends tension and contrast. The aftertaste has a lovely residue of salinity, completing one of the strongest wines from Jean-Marc Brocard in 2014. (NM)
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