Tasted over 2 hrs -translucent pale light yellow green -mild reduction sea breeze ripe almost tropical -higher acidity, med/med- weight decent if not profound depth, chiseled rocky saline, Ok complexity and length -a little more on the mineral/rocky end of the spectrum than some other Fevre 2010s, drinking well now as fruit starting to fade and the mineral elements dominate, further upside anticipated
Wednesday Afternoon Mini (Rocknroller's (Kevin's)): Pale green color. Drank 2 glasses over 90 minutes. Wow, this was a head turner from the get go. The nose is effusive, but the palate was downright explosive. The nose has classic aromas of lemon, wet stones, earthiness and saline. The palate is riveting with a burst of lemon and citrus fruits, power and depth, some tropical fruit in the background. All of the upfront fruit then gives way to a streak of stoney minerality and tons of dry extract on the very long finish. Everything in its place, this is so nicely balanced. Another great Chablis from 2010.
Hanging out at Kevin's (Rocknroller) (Kevin's House): Nose: Big slate and wet stone minerals. Also a hint of very subtle petrol but not offensive....very cool. Some lemons come around after a bit of glass air time. Palate: Unreal balance and interplay between lemons and the lazer-like acid. The slate minerality shows up beautifully. Very pretty and elegant wine. Fantastic!
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