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94 points John Gilman: "The extremely short crop in Domaine Fèvre’s Vaudésir did not affect its classic styling one bit, as the wine soars from the glass in a complex aromatic constellation of lime, apple, flinty minerality, citrus peel, dried flowers and a touch of anise in the upper register. On the palate the wine is very deep, pure and full-bodied, with a very mineral personality, a rock solid core. brisk acids and outstanding focus and grip on the very long, snappy finish. Great juice in the making." (11/2017) 91-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Adv...

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2014 Chablis Grand Cru les Clos as picked on September 17 and has the highest alcohol degree and still is a modest 13.3%. The nose is quite complex and cohesive with yellow flowers and honeysuckle, a touch of granite underneath. The palate is very well balanced with crisp acidity, more weight and fruit intensity than the Vaudésir, and then it fans out with confidence towards the finish with some lovely candied orange peel notes. This is a superb Les Clos with a long future ahead. (NM)" (08/2016) K&L Notes: ...

97 points Decanter: "*Platinum Best in Show Decanter World Wine Awards 2019* 100% Chardonnay Tasting notes: Pale gold in colour, this commanding Chablis Grand Cru from the great site of Les Clos is everything Chablis-lovers could want. The site is so good, indeed, that its wines often take some time to evolve both aromatically and on the palate, but the supple, summer-meadow warmth of the aromas of this wine and its width and amplitude in the mouth suggest it has already set out satisfyingly down the evolutionary track. The balance with the wine's inhe...

92-94 points Vinous: "The 2017 Chablis Vaudésir Grand Cru is much more primal on the nose than the Premier Crus at the moment, just a little smudged, although that will gain clarity buy the time it is in bottle. The palate is well balanced with a fine bead of acidity, saline and lightly spiced with touches of orange zest and marmalade, a little nutmeg, that defines that peacock’s tail finish. Very fine, but it will need three or four years in bottle. (NM)" (08/2018) 93 points James Suckling: "Some very attractive, flinty nuances with a white-peach and ...

94 points John Gilman: "The 2017 Blanchots from Patrick Piuze is far more closed down on the palate than any of the grand crus to precede it in this lineup, but it does offer a quite expressive nose out of the blocks of tangerine, apple, chalky soil tones, a touch of grapefruit and a topnote of orange peel. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and rock solid at the core, with a reserved personality, fine cut and grip and a long, primary and perhaps very, very promising finish. This is going to certainly be very good when it blossoms, but I do not ...

94 points Decanter: "Domaine bottlings of this grand cru are comparatively rare, such is the dominance of the La Chablisienne co-operative. This unoaked example is delicious, showing real zip and zest with crunchy pear and citrus flavours. Drinking window 2020-2026. (TA) " (10/2018) 94 points John Gilman: "Both the Grenouilles and the les Clos are a bit denser in the mid-palate than the Vaudésir in 2017, due to the very low yields. The 2017 Grenouilles shows excellent potential on both the nose and palate, with the bouquet offering up scents of pink ...

94 points James Suckling: "his has some almost raw power with a very assertive, grapefruit and lemon edge that flows to the very taut, powerful palate. Honey and stones at the finish. Try from 2022." (01/2019) 94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos is superb this year, displaying a lovely bouquet of pear, tangerine, lemon oil, pastry cream and iodine. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, broad and textural, with a deep and concentrated core, bright acids and a long, expansive finish. While this displa...

96 points Decanter: "The best of the Billaud-Simon grands crus in 2017, this comes from old vines on the northern part of slope. It may be unwooded but it's certainly not lacking in flavour or salinity, with considerable complexity and understated power. Drinking Window 2022 - 2033. (TA)" (07/2018) 94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Unfurling in the glass with scents of orange blossom, oyster shell and wet stones, the 2017 Chablis Grand Cru Les Preuses is full-bodied, satiny and enveloping, with a layered, multidimensional mid-palate that's unde...

95 points John Gilman: "The 2017 Chablis “Vaudésir” from Domaine William Fèvre is also outstanding on both the nose and palate. The bouquet wafts from the glass in a superb mix of pear, a touch of tangerine, apple, oyster shell, chalky soil tones and a topnote of dried flowers. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied, bright and beautifully proportioned, with excellent depth at the core, racy acids and lovely backend tension and grip on the very long finish. Another truly stellar grand cru from Didier and his team! 2023-2060" (12/2018) 95 points Ja...

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Aromas of wheat toast, orange rind and green apple mingle with suggestions of oyster shell and vanilla pod in an incipiently complex bouquet, introducing Moreau's 2017 Chablis Grand Cru Vaudésir, a full-bodied, supple and satiny wine that's notably concentrated—reflecting its meager yield of nine hectoliters per hectare—with ripe acids, an elegantly muscular profile and a long, lingering finish. It was matured entirely in wood. As I wrote last year, Fabien Moreau presides over this 11.5-hectare domaine—including...

93-95 points Vinous: "The 2017 Chablis Valmur Grand Cru offers one of the most complex bouquets from Moreau this year: oyster shell, flint, hints of pressed yellow flower and nettle all beautifully defined. The palate is very well delineated with a slight reduction but that will disappear by the time of bottling. There is great tension here, impressive depth with an effervescent finish that leaves the mouth tingling with the energy contained in this Valmur. Superb. (NM)" (08/2018) 94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "ronounced petrol nuances suffuse t...

94 points John Gilman: "Like other examples of Valmur I tasted from the 2017 vintage, the Domaine Fèvre bottling was closed down for business at the time of my visit and its ultimate stylistic guise and quality were not all that easy to read. The bouquet is quite reserved out of the blocks, offering up scents of apple, pear, beeswax, chalky soil tones and a whisper of florals in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, closed and rock solid at the core, with excellent length and grip, but not a lot of detail showing in the still very adolescen...