Light green/gold in color. The nose is tight at first. It turns dusty with some lemon. With more air a bit of gun powder shows up. Better on the palate. This is oily with a round texture. Nice minerality. Good finish. Those I tasted with liked this relative to the other wines, more than I. It is not as crisp as the other Chablis and drinks more like it was from Cote de Beaune (which might not be a bad thing). This might get a bit better but I wouldn't count on it. That said, it should easily last a decade. I will be great with shellfish and other seafood.
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