This could aromatically pass for a 2014 because while it’s clearly ripe, the expressive nose of citrus-infused white orchard fruit offers the best Chablis typicity of the entire range with the possible exception of the Les Clos. There is both excellent vibrancy and density to the mouth coating medium weight flavors that exude a fine bead of minerality on the lemon rind-suffused finish. This is also quite good and should drink well young and with a few years of bottle age.
Tim Atkin: 93
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