Mid gold, flecked with green. These bottles were lovely, drinking very well right now but in no way tired. Not a hint of oxidation. Lovely ripe lemon & lime, honeyed, seashore and shells. Some white florality. Good length. Maybe a bit soft but in a nice way. Well liked all round the table.
This is the last bottle of three and is on its decline. While the 2005 vintage is somewhat hot for Chablis, this wine still displays the typical Chablis flavours without being overblown or tropical. This wine has peaked though and was better last year. It's showing its age. Still nice and drinkable.
Would have been better two years ago. Now on verge of oxidation. I agree with another reviewer of Fevre that his wines don't seem to last more than 10 years, even the grand crus, some of which I have had to use for cooking!
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