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  • By Richard Jennings
    10/7/2008, (See more on 94 points

    (Domaine William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos) Light yellow color; very creamy, lemon chiffon nose, with a tangy lime note; elegant, but a little austere initially compared to the Les Preuses, bright lemon palate with depth, minerals and a fresh oyster note mid-palate; opened up a lot with air time in the glass, with even more minerality and a sense of mussels showing up; medium-plus finish 94+ pts.
  • By Richard Jennings
    4/4/2008, (See more on 94 points

    (Domaine William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos) Light yellow color with greenish tinge; light, ethereal citrus nose; very tasty, focused, if not intense, elegant, citrus and mineral palate, rich but balanced; medium-plus finish (WOTF)

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  • By John Kapon
    Hotlanta, 1/4/2008 91 points

    (Fevre Chablis Les Clos) The 2002 Fevre Chablis Les Clos was ‘so vanilla compared to the other two,’ and its use of more oak was noticeable but not overbearing. It had more musk to its nose as a result, also having some game and vanilla. Toasty and tasty with musk and animal flavors, the Clos had smokier flavors and a bigger finish, perhaps driven by its terroir advantage


  • By Bill Nanson
    3/1/2004, (See more on Burgundy-Report...)

    (Fevre William Chablis Le Clos) Pale lemon yellow. The nose starts subdued giving high toned floral aromas, faint green apple and mild peach. With time the peach component becomes stronger. The palate has the hallmarks of great Chablis - purity, just a little trace of fat and a superb length. I felt that maybe a shade more acidity would provide an even better wine, but not enough to stop me ordering half a case for future reference(!) A stealth wine that creeps up on you getting better and better in the glass.

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