This is a superb entry-level Chablis showcasing everything fans love about the iconic French appellation.
It's made by a family-run domaine managing 23 hectares of vines rooted in the region's famous Kimmeridgean soils. These soils are said to impart the fabled minerality in Chablis wines, and here's a textbook example.
It's crisp, pure, tangy and shot through with gorgeous citrus and white flower notes, but also has a glorious rounded feel in the mouth. Drinking beautifully right now, especially with food: this will partner up particularly well with fish, seafood and poultry.
Full of concentrated fruit, much more than you would expect from an entry-level Chablis, not even a Premier Cru. Old vines are clearly producing a beautiful, balanced wine.