France 2013 - Chablis (Chablis): Tasted at the Domaine. Oxidative nose with hints of caramel and honey with some charred tropical notes underlying. Minerals come through on the palate but this is showing the vintage. Not a fan.
Still drinking well: lemon blossom/oil and boiled wool on the nose, palate of tart lemon, much more spice and minerals mid-palate, no discernible heat, nice balance, all surprisingly light for a 2003 wine. I see no significant improvement over my last tasting of this wine, with the spice quality a welcome change, but less boiled wool, and fruit more tart, too. Drink up.
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