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Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Medium yellow. Clove spice dominates the nose. Yellow fruit aromas are complicated by smoky saline minerality and a whiff of honey. Boasts good texture but finishes a tad d...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright yellow. Restrained but pure aromas of flowers, clove and smoke. Chewy and nicely filled in on the palate, combining good texture and energy. Shows the ripe yellow fr...
Burghound: Residual fermentation aromas dominate the nose but the seductively textured flavors are clean and bright. There is solid mid-palate concentration to the citrusy, complex, bala...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale bright yellow. High-pitched aromas of white peach, lemon, spices and minerals. Juicy, lively and pure, with enticing stony lift to the stone fruit and citrus flavors. ...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale yellow. Very ripe aromas and flavors of stone fruits, crystallized lemon and spices. In a plump, rich, full style, boasting good stuffing for village wine. Harmonious ...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright pale yellow. Slightly reduced aromas of apple, pear and crystallized peach. Juicy and bright, with good mid-palate cut thanks to lively acidity. Finishes tactile, st...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Ripe fresh apricot and marzipan on the nose, along with a mineral component. Juicy, spicy and minerally; more taut and less fat than the basic village offering. Showing its ...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pure aromas of white peach and flowers. Sweet and ripe but vivacious too, with classic Puligny flavors of peach, flowers and minerals. Less reduced than the Charmes and easi...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2011 Chablis Butteaux, on the other hand, is all about power. This is a decidedly big, broad-shouldered wine with plenty of depth and sheer fruit, but at the same time the...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: I was quite surprised with the 2011 Chablis Fourchaume, which is one of the least expressive of these 2011s. Today it comes across as ethereal and elusive, with moderate overa...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale bright yellow. Classic aromas of powdered stone and mint, plus a light lactic quality. Densely packed and serious, with a dusty quality to the flavors of lime blossom, ...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright pale color. Complex aromas of white pepper, snap pea and fresh herbs call to mind a gruner veltliner. Moderately ripe but nicely concentrated and silky in texture, wi...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2011 Chablis Vaillons is impeccable from start to finish. Layers of yellow stone fruits caress the palate in this overt, yet highly sophisticated wine. The underlying mine...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright pale yellow. A bit riper on the nose than the Chenevottes, offering scents of peach and smoky minerality. Then juicy and nerveux on the palate; not a fleshy wine but ...
About this Wine: This appellation covers a minute area of 0.6376
ha. The vegetation is Mediterranean in character with box, white oak and
About this Wine: Our firm's Morgeot derives from two named plots: "Les Brussonnes" and "Les Fairendes". The first of these was planted in 1986 and is a recent acquisition which first was i...
About this Wine: Surrounded by Bâtard-Montrachet and lying alongside the old road known as the "chemin de Couches", the "Vide Bourse" climat was only classed comparatively recently (1974) ...
About this Wine: At barely 2.5 ha, this remarkable appellation with its evocative name is
one of Puligny-Montrachet's smallest, lying next door to the hamlet of