Few wine regions in France can match Chablis for its combination of sheer natural beauty, fine châteaux and pristine wines of terroir. It is here that Chardonnay reaches its apogee in the appellations of Chablis. This collection features 3 bottles each from 4 renowned Chablis producers.
3 bottles Millet Petit Chablis 2019
3 bottles Louis Moreau Chablis AC 2019
3 bottles Jean Defaix Chablis 2020
3 bottles Drouhin Vaudon Chablis 2020
Millet Petit Chablis 2019
White florals, lemon juice, preserved lemon, fresh air and a lovely pithiness that lifts from the glass. Quite aromatic and tense. The palate is beautifully focused, mineral and driven. Lovely slightly bitter finish with mouth coating phenolics. Jono Hersey; French Wine Centre
Louis Moreau Chablis AC 2019
Bright and flavorful with dried-apple, peach, pineapple and apricot character. Full and layered with delicious fruit and an aftertaste of zesty yet ripe fruit. Drink or hold. Rating: 93 Points; James Suckling
Jean Defaix Chablis 2020
Daniel Dampt is one of Chablis’ most celebrated producers, and he produces wines both under his own name and that of Jean Defaix, his father-in-law. The domaine covers 30 hectares of vines (16 in AOC Chablis and 14 in 1er Cru vineyards) split across five sites. A stylish and classic Chablis with body and balance. Intensely fresh and bone dry, with steely flavours of apple and citrus and oodles of oyster shell minerality.
Drouhin Vaudon Chablis 2020
100% Chardonnay. Pale gold with greenish hues. Very fresh aromas reminiscent of citrus (lemon or grapefruit); small pleasant touches of fern or coriander are found as well. On the palate, dry and fruity, with mineral notes. Pleasant and long aftertaste. The 2020 Drouhin Vaudon is true-to-type, refined, and delicious. This wine exhibits focused aromas and flavors of apple, peach, and mineral notes. Try it with linguine and clams. Rating: 91 Points; Wilfred Wong of Wine.com
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