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89-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Here too there is freshness to the layered nose that also displays ample Chablis elements on the spicy citrus and pear scents. The rich, intense and mineral-driven medium weight flavors possess fine power while really fanning out on the impressively long finish where about the only nit is a hint of warmth." (11/2017) 90-92 points Vinous: "(these 61-year-old vines were planted by Laurent Pinson's grandfather): Bright yellow-gold. Yellow peach and flowers on the nose; purer and more precise than the Vaugiraut. The...

92 points James Suckling: "White almond pastry and light acacia with honeysuckle too. The palate has a succulent edge of salty mineral infused with flavors of lime and lime curd. Drink or hold." (07/2019) 88-90 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Here too there are notes of smoky reduction but they do not completely mask the lightly exotic aromas of melon and white peach. The rich, punchy and enveloping middle weight flavors terminate in a suave, even opulent finish that flirts with sweetness." (11/2017) Vinous: "Not quite as deeply colored as the For...

Allen Meadows writes: "The uncle/nephew team of Patrice and Jérome Vocoret directs this old (founded 1870) 47 ha Domaine blessed with fully 15 ha of grands crus; the Domaine owns 50% of its vineyards and leases the other half."
Price: $49.99

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...

90 points Decanter: "The Montée de Tonnerre is quite serious, with a classic bouquet of wet stones, lemon zest and spring flowers, and a taut, stony, medium-full palate with nice cut and grip. Drinking Window 2019 - 2028. (WK) " (10/2017) 90 points Vinous: "The 2016 Chablis Montée de Tonnerre 1er Cru has a fresh cooking apple, gooseberry and pear scented bouquet that blossoms nicely in the glass. The palate is well balanced with a smooth texture, possibly with some wood influence here, though it is deftly handled so that adds a discrete creaminess to t...

95 points James Suckling: "Very energetic, concentrated and powerful flavors of lime and peaches. A wealth of mouthwatering acidity. Superb depth, purity and a long, stony mineral core. Holds long. Try from 2020. " (07/2018) 91-93 points Vinous: "Fuller cloudy medium yellow. Reticent nose hints at lemon, orange and anise, with an element of minerality providing lift. The broadest and richest of these young 2016s but not yet filled in, with yellow fruit and citrus zest flavors complicated by a sexy element of spicy oak. The tangy finish features a touch...

96 points James Suckling: "This has an array of fruits from citrus to white and yellow peaches. More tropical mangoes and papaya with wet stony mineral nuances follow afterwards. The palate’s very expansive and expressive, but it is pinned together with a core of bright fine acidity and a very concentrated rich serving of fruit flesh. Delicious now, but it will age well beyond 2025. " (08/2018) 95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This is a rich wine, even from the normally austere Les Clos vineyard. Minerality is here, but it is surrounded by sumptuous ripe wh...


La Chablisienne is one of the most highly lauded and revered co-ops in Chablis. Across their portfolio, the wines impeccably capture the nuanced terroir of the region, showing unparalleled clarity, focus, and refinement. Next is the price: Chablis consistently offers some of the best values in all of Burgundy with La Chablisienne as one of its most affordably priced producers.
Price: $59.99

96 points John Gilman: "The 2016 les Clos from Vincent Dauvissat is another stellar wine in the making, with the low yields of the vintage here manifesting in a more powerful and bracingly youthful grand cru. The bouquet is a classic mix of lemon, pear, citrus peel, flinty minerality, fruit blossoms and a touch of vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and rock solid at the core, with racy acids, a huge spine of minerality and a very, very long, snappy and still quite primary finish. Of the two Dauvissat grand crus in 2016, the les Pre...