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2011 Dauvissat, Domaine Vincent Chablis

  • Chardonnay
  • 750ML
  • BH91
  • WA90
  • ST89

Reviews

BH91
Burghound - Burghound, January 2013
A more reserved and cooler nose reflects aromas of rose petal lavender iodine and green fruit. Here too the medium-bodied flavors display excellent volume with fine concentration before terminating in a focused dry... A more reserved and cooler nose reflects aromas of rose petal lavender iodine and green fruit. Here too the medium-bodied flavors display excellent volume with fine concentration before terminating in a focused dry balanced and clean finish. I especially like the persistence and this offers outstanding potential quality for a villages. ♥ - Comments: Outstanding Top value
WA90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, January 2013
Vincent Dauvissat's 2011 Chablis combines the piquancy of lime rind and toasted nuts with nips of fresh ginger and smoky, fusil crushed stone for an invigorating aromatic and palate performance. A hint of iris adds... Vincent Dauvissat's 2011 Chablis combines the piquancy of lime rind and toasted nuts with nips of fresh ginger and smoky, fusil crushed stone for an invigorating aromatic and palate performance. A hint of iris adds allure, and tincture of iodine intrigue. This finishes with impressive persistence, if perhaps not quite the degree of clarity, lift, refreshment, or complex distinction of its Petit Chablis counterpart. Plan to enjoy it through 2015. - David Schildknecht
ST89
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, January 2013
Bright pale yellow. Lemon, toasted bread and a creamy nuance on the nose. Dry, classic and cool, offering very good texture to its menthol and crushed stone flavors. Finishes minerally, austere and impressively... Bright pale yellow. Lemon, toasted bread and a creamy nuance on the nose. Dry, classic and cool, offering very good texture to its menthol and crushed stone flavors. Finishes minerally, austere and impressively persistent. A classic village wine, especially for the year.