August 7, 2021 - Oxidized
November 17, 2020 - Supringly not premoxed. Pale yellow colour. Slight matchstick reduction, lemon curd, vanilla and crushed rock on the nose. Medium bodied, and medium pkus acidity on the palate. Butterscotch, lemon, vanilla, and inorganic earth. Really fresh and clean.
October 27, 2020 - Oxidized.
August 16, 2020 - In the perfect conditions!
April 18, 2019 - Golden color suggested some age. A wee bit of flintiness suggested it might be Chablis but rounder flavors than usual for this appellation left open the possibility of elsewhere in Burgundy. A great showing.
April 7, 2019 - After a half dozen bottles of this wine, this bottle finally lived up to its potential. No oxidation which I had noticed in some previous bottles. This estate owns just over 10 acres in the highest section of the Le Clos vineyard. Le Clos is one of the most highly regarded Grand Crus in Chablis. Popped and poured. Deep clear yellow color. Creamy with butterscotch and ripe apple notes. Velvety finish with great depth. 94 points.
October 14, 2018 - Opened at the Granor Farm dinner and paired with a squash risotto with Gouda,pickled pears, pecans and rosemary. No formal notes but this was an excellent match and drinking well at 15 years. 91 points
November 23, 2017 - flawed
January 22, 2016 - Open up can drink,deep golden brown color I think have to drink right now ,not much change or drop until 3hour .very good Chablis.many favorite show.
October 12, 2014 - Second Sunday Group: 2010 California Merlot (Our house): Somewhat deep color, though not quite as dark as I expected. Opens with a subtle nutty aroma, just a hint of oxidation, with apple and mineral notes underneath. The mineral and fruit becomes more apparent as the wine opens in the glass, and the nutty note almost disappears completely. Finishes with stone and saline notes. Good, but not great, although others liked this more than I, and one taster identified it as Chablis.