Chablis 2005, William Fevre

Tasting note provided by new contributor Andy Cowper... The colour has gone from childish Chablis greeny-gold to a clear, rich gold. On the nose, sunshine wins out over minerality. In the mouth, the first taste gives the flint and minerals to the front and sides of the tongue. This quickly gives way to a richer, almost buttery flavour, with excellent length. Lovely... (Thanks for the notes Andy and may I encourage the 3,000 other readers of Burgoblog from around the world to get in touch with your own Burgundy wine-tasting experiences - Dr Burgundy).


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