2009 Fevre, Domaine William Chablis Vaulorent Premier Cru

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  • Chardonnay
  • 750ML
  • WA 93
  • BH 93
  • IWC 92

Reviews for 2009 Fevre, Domaine William Chablis Vaulorent Premier Cru

WA 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, August 2011
The 2009 Chablis Vaulorent is a big voluminous wine. The old vines speak eloquently in deep layers of yellow peaches stone fruits and minerals. This really blossoms in the glass showing superb depth and pedigree. The... The 2009 Chablis Vaulorent is a big voluminous wine. The old vines speak eloquently in deep layers of yellow peaches stone fruits and minerals. This really blossoms in the glass showing superb depth and pedigree. The finish literally stains the palate with masses of fruit. The ripeness and exuberance of the fruit is very well balanced by the wine's persistent minerality and broad expansive frame. This is a selection of the estate's best fruit from eight separate parcels in Vaulorent which itself lies within Fourchaume the only premier cru on the grand cru hillside. Anticipated maturity: 2013-2019. -AG
BH 93
Burghound - Burghound, October 2011
A classic and marvelously elegant nose of oyster shell tidal pool iodine green fruit and dried white flowers is very much in keeping with the concentrated powerful and serious middle weight flavors that culminate in a... A classic and marvelously elegant nose of oyster shell tidal pool iodine green fruit and dried white flowers is very much in keeping with the concentrated powerful and serious middle weight flavors that culminate in a sappy finish of superb length. This is most impressive especially for its impeccable balance. - Comments: Outstanding ♥
IWC 92
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, July 2011
Bright pale green-tinged yellow. Knockout nose combines lime crushed stone and wild herbs. Enters the mouth sweet and silky but its superb opulence is nicely leavened by surprising acidity and firm lemony cut. ... Bright pale green-tinged yellow. Knockout nose combines lime crushed stone and wild herbs. Enters the mouth sweet and silky but its superb opulence is nicely leavened by surprising acidity and firm lemony cut. Impressive volume here for a premier cru and more inviting today than the Montee de Tonnerre owing to its early sweetness. This too really saturates the palate finishing with superb sucrosite as well as lively lemony grip that stimulates the salivary glands. 92(+?)