Domaine-William-Fevre-Bougros-Cotes-Bouguerots-2015

Domaine William Fevre, ''Bougros-Cotes Bouguerots'', 2015

“The 2015 Chablis Grand Cru Bougros Cote de Bourgerots has an excellent bouquet, very well defined and perhaps demonstrating the most mineralit√© and tension of all William Fevre’s 2015s. The palate is well balanced with crisp acidity, quite saline in the mouth with fresh lime and green apple; it has fine tension and quite an intense finish that lingers long, thanks to the undercurrent of salinity. William Fevre’s strongest player in 2015? Most probably. My rendezvous with Didier Seguier, head winemaker at William Fevre, was at their tasting room in Chablis ville, opposite the Bistro de Grand Cru. As usual, we tasted through their comprehensive portfolio, first with the 2015s, of which all but the entry-level wines are still in tank on their lees and due for bottling next year. Then we broached the 2014s in bottle.” -Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (94 Points)

Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D1371
Varietal: Chardonnay
Type: White
Country: France
Region: Chablis
Winery: Domaine William Fevre
UPC: 843304024071
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Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D1371
Varietal: Chardonnay
Type: White
Country: France
Region: Chablis
Winery: Domaine William Fevre
UPC: 843304024071
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“The 2015 Chablis Grand Cru Bougros Cote de Bourgerots has an excellent bouquet, very well defined and perhaps demonstrating the most mineralit√© and tension of all William Fevre’s 2015s. The palate is well balanced with crisp acidity, quite saline in the mouth with fresh lime and green apple; it has fine tension and quite an intense finish that lingers long, thanks to the undercurrent of salinity. William Fevre’s strongest player in 2015? Most probably. My rendezvous with Didier Seguier, head winemaker at William Fevre, was at their tasting room in Chablis ville, opposite the Bistro de Grand Cru. As usual, we tasted through their comprehensive portfolio, first with the 2015s, of which all but the entry-level wines are still in tank on their lees and due for bottling next year. Then we broached the 2014s in bottle.” -Robert Parker, Wine Advocate (94 Points)