2008 Long-Depaquit Chablis Vaucoupins

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  • Chardonnay
  • 750ML
  • IWC 91
  • BH 91
  • WA 90

Reviews for 2008 Long-Depaquit Chablis Vaucoupins

IWC 91
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, August 2010
(this vintage brought a small crop from these 35-year-old vines planted on a steep slope) Pale yellow. Pure expressive aromas of ripe yellow fruits spices hazelnut and honey. A step up in texture over the foregoing 2008s... (this vintage brought a small crop from these 35-year-old vines planted on a steep slope) Pale yellow. Pure expressive aromas of ripe yellow fruits spices hazelnut and honey. A step up in texture over the foregoing 2008s offering fat sweet flavors of stone fruits and spices with a biscuity nuance. Nicely enrobed oak element here. Finishes broad sweet and long. This can be enjoyed now but should show deeper apricot quince and honeyed notes with a few years of additional bottle aging.
BH 91
Burghound - Burghound, October 2010
Noticeable if not invasive wood frames the layered pure and stylish high-toned aromas of sea water iodine and white fruits that merge into round and rich flavors that are perhaps not quite as obviously concentrated all... Noticeable if not invasive wood frames the layered pure and stylish high-toned aromas of sea water iodine and white fruits that merge into round and rich flavors that are perhaps not quite as obviously concentrated all wrapped in a persistent and bone dry finish of solid intensity and balance. - Comments: Outstanding ♥
WA 90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, October 2010
The Long-Depaquit 2008 Chablis Vaucopin - 15-20% of which was rendered in barrel - was pungently herbal in aroma; saline; and overall rather reduced in cast but with airing offers a whole lot of appeal. Red currant and... The Long-Depaquit 2008 Chablis Vaucopin - 15-20% of which was rendered in barrel - was pungently herbal in aroma; saline; and overall rather reduced in cast but with airing offers a whole lot of appeal. Red currant and cherry with the bitterness and tartness of their pits and seeds mingle with citrus herbs and peat-like smokiness in a manner that calls to my mind Ruwer Riesling. Firm in feel - indeed palpably dense - yet refreshing this finishes with a long fine interplay of herb tart fruit and stone. Expect it to be well worth following over the coming 4-6 years.