Nice village Chablis, Loads of seashells and minerals on top of white fruits with some citrus. Crisp, clean, and palate refreshing. Excellent, slightly metallic med. finish. Not one for the long haul but could withstand some more time without great damage. a point now.
Nice light golden color. Honey, chalky mineral, hints of lemon zest on the nose. Soft over ripe lemons that are sweeter than bitter, chalk, mineral, cinnamon, peach, Light yet full, rich and creamy on the palate. Gravel, clove, herbs, and lemon, on the ample finish. Good soft acidity but I can't see it as enough to let this wine last for anymore than 4-5 years.
Perhaps not quite representative of Chablis (my own experience with Chablis is not enough to say so, but I have heard this from those who have extensive knowledge of Chablis), but delicious, none the less.
After asparagus brilliant honey, peach and light stone fruit on the palate!! Awesome!
Not very impressed. A little fat and generous for 2010, even for village Chablis. Needs more leaness, focus, and acidity. In my opinion, the Gilbert Picq entry level Chablis from 2010 is a better choice for the level at last in a classical sense.
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