2009 Fevre, Domaine William Chablis Montmains Premier Cru

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  • Chardonnay
  • 750ML
  • NM 92
  • BH 91
  • WA 90
  • IWC 90

Reviews for 2009 Fevre, Domaine William Chablis Montmains Premier Cru

NM 92
Neal Martin's Wine Journal - Neal Martin's Wine Journal, January 2011
There is more volume on the Montmains than the Beauroy: freshly cut apple a touch of limestone and white peach. The palate is well balanced with good acidity fine tension and vibrancy here with a twist of sour lemon on... There is more volume on the Montmains than the Beauroy: freshly cut apple a touch of limestone and white peach. The palate is well balanced with good acidity fine tension and vibrancy here with a twist of sour lemon on the finish.
BH 91
Burghound - Burghound, October 2010
A slightly more complex if similarly composed nose of primarily floral and spice aromas that marry into rich delicious and a bit more concentrated medium-bodied flavors that possess fine energy and persistence on the... A slightly more complex if similarly composed nose of primarily floral and spice aromas that marry into rich delicious and a bit more concentrated medium-bodied flavors that possess fine energy and persistence on the sappy finish.
WA 90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, August 2011
The 2009 Chablis Montmains (Domaine) presents a cooler more inward expression of Montmains with plenty of nervous energy and wiriness framing the bright fruit. This is quite a bit more mineral-laden than the Maison... The 2009 Chablis Montmains (Domaine) presents a cooler more inward expression of Montmains with plenty of nervous energy and wiriness framing the bright fruit. This is quite a bit more mineral-laden than the Maison bottling. The long persistent finish is striking for its sheer purity. The Domaine bottling of Montmains is composed of the three terroirs within Montmains; 50% Butteaux 25% Forets and 25% Montmains. The high slopes of Butteaux especially rich in marl and limestone give the wine its backbone of minerality while Forets and Montmains provide a more fruit-forward expression. These late ripening plots are among the last to be harvested at Fevre. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2024. -AG
IWC 90
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, August 2010
Pale color. Subdued if slightly exotic aromas of yellow fruits and ginger. Broad and spicy with fresh fruit flavors of apricot and grapefruit. A bit sweeter and silkier than the Beauroy and nicely tactile on the back end.