Good Chablis. Not a fabulously layered wine but has a richness of fleshy apple pie fruit, and good weight. Aging well with fresh, clean mineral scents, and an energetic palate. Great with food. On the second day, somewhat akin to a RRV Chardonnay in terms of spice and ripeness. 88+
From a magnum, this wine really evolved over the evening. On the nose there was fresh green apple, citrus, mango, salinity, crushed seashells, and white flowers. On the palate, this has a vibrant acidity that is characteristically Chablis, but it does not overwhelm the layered flavors of limestone and minerality, green apple, mango, and apricot with silky viscosity that was really plush and refreshing on a hot evening. A very elegant effort.
Off the wine list at Tewksbury Inn (375ml). Muted nose of citrus and stone fruit. Good acidity offsetting fruit on the palate, with oak not intrusive and mineral finish. Paired well with lobster risotto.
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