Reviews & Awards

William Fèvre | Burgundy, France

Chablis Domaine 2010

April 2013

91

Wine Spectator

A bracing white, whose flavors of green apple, lemon and mineral are etched in the racy structure. Steely in the best sense, this ends with a lingering flourish of mineral. Drink now through 2016.

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William Fèvre | Burgundy, France

Chablis Domaine 2013

October 2015

92

Wine Spectator

A racy, steely version, boasting lime blossom, green plum, chive and mineral flavors. Clean and persistent, with a lingering finish of green fruit and stone.

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William Fèvre | Burgundy, France

Chablis Domaine 2014

July 2016

90

Vinous

Oyster-shell reduction and a note of lime on the classic Chablis nose. Dense, juicy and firm, boasting excellent definition to its flavors of oyster shell, lime and white flowers. Penetrating but not aggressive in spite of its firm acidity, finishing with excellent subtle length and grip. This terrific village wine is an exceptional value--but make sure you get the Domaine bottling.

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William Fèvre | Burgundy, France

Chablis Domaine 2014

June 2016

90

Wine Spectator

This is delicate, featuring lemon, herb and stone flavors lifted by the fine acidity. Touches of seashore and oyster shell add depth as this coasts to a clean finish.

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William Fèvre | Burgundy, France

Chablis Domaine 2015

April 2018

91

Wine & Spirits

A reductive, stainless-steel style of Chablis, this gains some weight from the concentration of fruit. It’s succulent and leesy while remaining clean, zesty and fresh, needing bottle time for the components to come together.

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William Fèvre | Burgundy, France

Chablis Domaine 2015

March 2017

91

Wine Spectator

A focused, lemon-, apple- and melon-flavored version, with accents of seashore and stone. The mouthwatering finish lingers well, echoing citrus and stone elements.

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William Fèvre | Burgundy, France

Chablis Domaine 2015

December 2016

90+

View From the Cellar

The “estate bottling” of Chablis villages from William Fèvre is even a step up from the very lovely Champs Royaux in 2015. The bouquet is deeper and more refined, wafting from the glass in a mélange of lime, green apple, a touch of oyster shell, chalky soil and fruit blossoms. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and very nicely balanced, with a good core, fine focus and impressive length and grip on the vibrant and nascently complex finish. This is really a serious example of AC Chablis this year!

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