Flowers with a bit of lemon curd on the nose, giving way to a lively palate with white flowers, herbs and a fine-grained mineral seam running through to the racy, spicy finish.
This wine comes from one of the coolest Premier Cru vineyards, giving it an initial austerity that then fills out as the wine breathes. It's crisp and bright with white fruit and intense, lemony acidity. Age it for a few more months and drink from 2018. (RV)
A spicy and super-fresh array of citrus, pear and tidal pool serves as an elegant introduction to the impressively intense and precise middle weight flavors that exude a fine bead of minerality on the lingering and complex finale where a hint of austerity surfaces. Lovely. Drink: 2020+ *Outstanding*
The 2014 Chablis 1Er Cru Cote de Lechet has real stoniness and terroir expression on the nose, a little lean but very focused. The palate is well balanced and does not quite deliver the terroir expression of the aromatics, but it is nicely balanced with hints of ginger and citrus lemon on the finish that fans out gently. This may improve with another 12-24 months in bottle. (NM)
Tart green apple flavors keep this wine tense and youthfully grippy, releasing floral notes of lees as it opens with air. This is a salty Chablis with generous fullness in the middle, well suited to three or four years of development.
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