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This is the first wine in the range to display any appreciable reduction and in this case it's enough to presently dominate the nose. Otherwise there is good freshness and verve to the big-bodied, muscular and powerful flavors that possess plenty of dry extract that coats the palate while buffering the impressively long, lemony, chiseled and mildly austere finish that is not quite as dry as that of the Vaillons. Impressive. Tasted: Oct 2015; Drink: 2024+; Issue: 60; Rating: 92-94 Points; Don't Miss!; Allen Meadows - Burghound

The 2014 Chablis 1er Cru Butteaux has a thrilling bouquet with intense mineralité and tension; the terroir is articulated beautifully here, the nose instantly transporting you to the hills of Chablis. The palate is very intense (again) with a fine acidity, great tension, citrus-fresh with a poised and lively finish that just needs a little more persistence on the aftertaste. If that develops in bottle, then it will unequivocally warrant a higher score. Rating: 94 Points; Drink: 2018-2040; Tasted: Aug 2016; Neal Martin; #226




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