There is the smell of the sea intermingled with some yellow fruits and flowers. The palate has some seashell and salinity again with some yellow fruit. Mouthcoating. Hints of lime. I wished for just a tad more acid.
Pretty cut flowers, white and yellow fruit, seawater nose. Primary and closed on the palate -- yellow fruit and a big block of stone. Tasted over two days, long decant, this just never got going. Because this is a baby. First bottle from a six pack, simply an experiment, I'd recommend letting this one sleep until at least 2016-2017, 2020 more realistic. This one is a coy flirt. We shall see. Surprised that this was not showing more.
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(Domaine William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos) Bright light yellow color; mineral, tart lemon, very fresh and sweet oyster jus, light lime nose; very tasty, lime, mineral, deep tart green fruit palate; needs 6-plus years; long finish 95+ points
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