($66) Pale color. Orange peel, lemon, ginger and mint on the pure nose. The biggest, richest and densest of this collection of '04s, with lovely ripe acids and stony traces giving shape to the sweet, ripe fruit. This very broad and tactile wine saturates the palate with peach, orange and dusty stone. Also tasted: Petit Chablis.
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: November/December 2006
Burghound | Rating: 93
A bright, elegant and perfumed nose of lemon peel and white flowers cut with menthol and exotic fruit notes complement big, rich, powerful yet refined, linear and pure chiseled medium full flavors that possess impeccable Chablis character, in particular oyster shell and iodine hints, all wrapped in an almost painfully intense finish of serious length and punch. Wonderful juice of exciting potential but this is built for the patient.
Author: Allen Meadows
Issue: 4th Quarter, 2006
Wine Spectator | Rating: 90
An open, elegant style, combining apple, lemon verbena and smoke notes with a juicy structure. Balanced and fine, with depth. 1,000 cases made.