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International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 169
(vinified in 50% oak): Pale green-yellow color. Ripe but discreet aromas of citrus and chalk. Tactile, penetrating and quite backward for a wine from such a sunny site, with saliva-inducing saline minerality adding interest to the lime and crushed stone flavors. Lovely definition of flavor here, but this will need time. Fevre is now farming these vines organically, which Seguier said is resulting in fresher wines.
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Author: David Schildknecht
Tasted assembled from tank, Fevre's 2012 Chablis Vaillons ' incorporating, as usual, a bit of adjacent Chatains among its many constituent lots ' delivers a striking aromatic melange of greenhouse-like foliage and bittersweet floral perfume, along with archetypal Kimmeridgian notes of kirsch, lemon, smoke, fusil oil, chalk, iodine, and ocean breeze. The sense of palpable density and mineral matter here results in an impression that I imagine capable of staining the teeth; and the long, focused and invigorating finish offers dynamically undulating layers of mineral, floral, herbal and citric elements. True fans of Chablis as well as rock-hounds are going to delight in this through at least 2018.
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