1 bottle of each Chablis included in this Chablis taster box.
Domaine Alexandre Petit Chablis 2016 - £16.99
The lightest style of Chablis, but represents good value, and is great to drink now.
Domaine Fournillon Chablis 2015 - £14.99
We think this wine over delivers for the price. It's tangy, medium rich, with a dry finish, the 2015 has a good, round mouthfeel.
Domaine Vocoret Chablis 2016 - £27.00
This might seem expensive for a standard Chablis, but it's far from standard. Team Vocoret specialise in getting the very best flavours from their tiny plantings, they try to make the purest expression from their terroir. Stylish, balanced and long.
Domaine Alexandre Chablis Vieilles Vignes 2016 - £19.99
Domaine Alexandre is run by father and son, they have about 13 hectares of vines. This is Chablis with a bit more weight and concentration, really juicy with a tangy finish.
Domaine Fevre Chablis 1er Cru Mont de Milieu 2015 - £26.50
A text book Chablis producer, pure, elegant and precise. They only have half a hectare of vines for this premier cru, it's quite broad compared to their normal Chablis and reasonably full bodied.
Domaine Fevre Chablis Grand Cru Preuses 2013 - £47.00
A good opportunity to try top draw Grand Cru Chablis with a bit of bottle age. However there is no rush to drink this wine, it will continue to develop
Rich nose yet with tension and minerals, savoury hints and aromas of peach pannacotta with herbal notes. The palate is rich with a creamy mouth feel, white stone fruit combines with minerals and fresh herbs. Dry finish with mineral acidity and powerful, persistent length.
The nose offers floral aromas of jasmine, lychee, and honey notes. The floral notes reappear on the palate, along with apricot, and mandarin orange. Medium bodied with good concentration and a refreshing ripe fruit finish. A Thai fighting delight!
Its sweetness makes this wine ideal as an aperitif served with mild cheeses, ham, and dried fruit and nuts. It is also excellent paired with sushi and fresh fruit desserts.