I admit the 2010 Chablis Moutonne, the estate's flagship, is a perplexing wine. It comes across as austere, compact and completely tightly wound, with little in the way of expressiveness or true pleasure.
Author: Antonio Galloni
Burghound | Rating: 94
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Author: Allen Meadows
International Wine Cellar | Rating: 94
Subtle aromas of pineapple, wet stone, hazelnut and toast (both this and the Vaudesir were fermented in about 25% oak, including 10% new). Round, silky and pure, with lovely stony cut contributing to an impression of finesse. This very rich, dry wine boasts more stuffing than the Vaudesirs but it's all in reserve today. Most impressive on the strong, dusty finish, which builds inexorably and leaves behind almond and marzipan qualities. The Vaudesirs is sexier today but this may well outpace it in ten years.