This is drinking quite well. At a time when Burgundy prices are soaring and the "best" producers are unaffordable, Chablis still offers the ability to get a great wine. The question is how long will this continue. Light green/silver with a slight gold in color. The nose is pretty classic with crushed shells, chalk and green apples. On the palate, this has a much creamier texture and more rounded than expected. Presumably that is due to barrel fermentation and a bit higher alcohol levels. No matter, it still has a nice green apple and mineral flavor set with is quite refreshing and delicious. Good acidity. Long finish. This will work great with lighter foods and sea food. It has a nice crispness that should serve it well at the table. It seems like it should last for a decade easily though that seems to always be a concern in white Burgundy these days (random premature oxidation).