Chablis Premier Cru has very attractive and intense aromas reminiscent of coriander, orange, lemon and many other intriguing flavours. Generous, round and long on the palate, it is also full bodied with refreshing vivacity. The wine can be kept 7 to 8 years in the cellar, or even more in a good vintage. It is also pleasant at 3 or 4 years of age.
"The essence of chardonnay, this bright wine offers flavors at the intersection of peach, pear and the flinty spice of limestone. The texture is luscious, yet the flavors have a laserlike precision and tightness, a mouthwatering fruitiness-as if derived from sucking on a stone. This should be best six to eight years from the vintage."
-Wine & Spirits
This is a great example of a crisp, clean Premier Cru Chablis at a great value.