William Fevre Les Clos, Chablis Grand Cru 2004

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The domaine was established in 1959 beginning with only 7Ha of vines. 78Ha and 90 separate parcels of vines now make up the estate of William Fevre. Over half of the vineyards are Premiers and Grands Crus.

Organic methods have long been employed at Fevre. The domain uses old barrels with an average age of six years rather than new oak, in order to preserve freshness and minerality and enable the subtle nuances of Chablis’ terroirs to fully express themselves.

Les Clos, is the largest and most famous vineyard in the Chablis region. The appellation enjoys a southerly aspect with very white, dense and deep clay soil resting on a limestone bed 80 cm below the ground.

The nose is complex, with notes of ripe apricot, nuts and citrus. The palette is broad, dense and layered with crushed stone, white fruits, spice and a finish of vanilla. Overall a show-stopper wine of powerful character, typical of Les Clos vineyard. Generous with real depth.

Pair with seafood, grilled fish, roast chicken, soft cheeses, lobster, cream-based sauces.


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