Beat your 2013 WOTY Dinner: Heavily floral nose, with melon, pineapple and honey. Powerful on the palate as well, with excellent acidity to drive towards a great length finish. Not overly complex but delicious. Much better than a bottle in 2008.
Straw coloured. Sesame seed oil, lemon, toast and grapefruit. The palate has some piercing acidity but also shows some malty oak influence and heat. Very good, but I don't know what is going to happen with further aging.
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(Fevre William Chablis Le Clos) Pale gold. A fresh nose of grapefruit. The palate betrays a little (oak induced?) harshness, but this softens with aeration. As the harsh note fades there's a waxy-smooth character to the palate with a creamy butterscotch on the medium plus length finish. Despite good concentration and even with time in the glass I didn't really warm to this wine
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