Domaine Jean -Marc Brocard consists of a single range of the great Chablis terroirs. The tillage, manual harvesting and the regulation of the yields have valued the vineyard and allowed the wines to gain in natural expression. The Domaine produces very pure wine, well defined with great vintages. Major raw chiseled and precise - combining freshness and density. Starting with a hectare of vines from his father-in-law, Emile Petit, Jean-Marc Brocard has created one of the most important Domaine in Chablis and Yonne Valley.
Lean and stony, yet has purity. Lemon, apple and mineral flavors are wound around a steely core. Long and a tad green on the finish. Best from 2009 through 2020. 650 cases made. Rating: 90 Points; Wine Spectator
A hint of reduction detracts mildly from the expressive green fruit nose nuanced by hints of the exotic that gives way to exceptionally rich and explosive flavors that seem to go on and on. This is not a particularly elegant wine but for those who enjoy Chablis that makes a statement, this delivers what you're looking for because while this isn't subtle it is dramatic as the intensity is almost painful. Tasted: Oct 2006; Issue: 24; Rating 92 Points; Allen Meadows; Burghound
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