Chablis continues to be an excellent source or white Burgundy especially when considering the price and the premox issues. While Chablis is not immune on either issue, it is a bit better on both. This is a newer-ish producer making some great wines and reasonable pricing. Light silvery gold in color. The nose is very nice with green apples and chalk. Very clean. On the palate, those flavors continue with a nice depth and complexity. Very nice acidity. Some grapefruit as well. Long finish. This will work great with salads and sea foods but also with fowl dishes. It really does beg for food though.
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