Domaine Chevallier Chablis 2010, Ac

Chablis Chablis
Burgundy, France

$23.95 (112227)

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August 03, 2013

Critic Reviews (3)

John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

Domaine Chevallier is back on full form here with this arch-classic 2010. This delivers textbook crunchy green fruit...

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Sara d'Amato
Sara d'Amato

A nice, bright, clean chardonnay with some subtle older wood flavours. A touch lean but with lovely mineral notes and...

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

This is a light, quite spry and sour edged Chablis (unoaked chardonnay). I like the maturing, slightly honeyed, nutty...

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Community Reviews (3)

Mike  Rochon
Mike Rochon

Bursting with green apple, minerality, lemon, lime and honey. The substantial minerality is present on the nose and palate, and makes this instantly recognizable as chablis. Clean, crisp and light to medium bodied this is chardonnay at its most raw and un-manipulated finest.

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Jason Solanki
Jason Solanki

White grapefruit, lemon and mineral aromas from the cork. Honeyed fruit, baked apple, with whiffs of mineral and nutty aromas of medium intensity from the glass. On the palate, it's medium-to-full bodied and dry with pleasing aroma replays. Very bright acids linger through to the long, minerally finish. Good balance overall. Recommended. Tasted June/2015.

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Neil Phillips
Neil Phillips

Nose of lime, white grapefruit, touch of green apple and a flinty note.

On the palate, bone dry and lip-smackingly crisp. Tart lime and apple predominate, slight lemon, with a honeysuckle minerally finish that's medium-plus in length.

Would be perfect with a tray of raw oysters; I paired with chicken in puff pastry, cooked in a bit of the wine.

A classic example of why Chablis really is a much separate region from Bourgogne.

Tasted May 2015.

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