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2005 Domaine William Fevre Chablis Vaudesir
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About Domaine William Fevre

Fevre was once good. Now it's great. In fact, the improvement of this house is one of the most exciting developments in Chablis in the past 20 years. The ownership of the Henriot family of Champagne, which also owns Bouchard Père et Fils in Beaune, has resulted in a striking transformation.

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2005 Domaine William Fevre Chablis Vaudesir

Producer: Domaine William Fevre
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: Chablis

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92(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2006

($80; just bottled) Pale, green-tinged color. Very ripe aromas of dried apricot, peach and almond, with vibrant notes of lime and mint. Strong on the attack, then concentrated, juicy and firm, with an almost phenolic edge to the fruit. This boasts terrific volume. Finishes powerful and long, with a palate-dusting quality. This is still quite expressive due to an oxygenation at the bottling but will probably shut down soon. The crop level in this south-facing parcel was about 35 hectoliters per hectare, says Seguier.

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