"Fevre owns or controls nearly one quarter of the acreage in Preuses. Their 2006 Chablis Preuses marries fruit from a southeast-facing parcel just above the Cote de Bouguerots and conducive to "cool" fruit and overt minerality, with a southwest-facing parcel inherently inclined toward richness that was harvested at hugely high ripeness even before this year's ban de vendange. From its aroma through its impressively dense and expansive palate display, through its lingering finish, this sensually extravagant expression of Preuses (in a manner distinctly reminiscent of Vincent Dauvissat's) is totally suffused with the savory salinity and sweetness of shrimp and lobster shell reduction. White peach and lime occupy a discreet position, iris and lily a more prominent one, wafting alluringly throughout. This silken-textured beauty should be worth holding for a dozen or more years."
-Wine Advocate 93-94
"Pale, green-tinged color. Reticent, ethereal nose hints at pineapple, grapefruit and spices. Big and rich but airy in the mouth; shows the breadth of a wine from clay-rich soil but with no heaviness. Quite lush and seamless, with captivating flavors of white peach, grapefruit and minerals. Finishes very long and suave."
-International Wine Cellar 91-93