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2009 Domaine Christian Moreau Pere et Fils Chablis Clos des Hospices
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About Domaine Christian Moreau Pere et Fils

The year 2002 marked a new start here. The Moreau family regained control of their estate vineyards, which had been out of their since 1985. Since then, Christian Moreau and his son Fabien have been producing richly flavored yet precise examples of Chablis.

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2009 Domaine Christian Moreau Pere et Fils Chablis Clos des Hospices

Producer: Domaine Christian Moreau Pere et Fils
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: Chablis

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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July/August 2011

Bright, full yellow.  Rather shut down on the nose, hinting at orange peel, nutmeg and minerals.  Denser and more savory than the "regular" Clos, but at the same time silkier (the vines here are older).  A stronger oak element contributes to the impression of breadth and dryness.  More bracing on the long finish than the thick palate suggests, with a piquant note of pineapple.  I'd give this very rich and saline wine a few years to absorb some of its oak.

91 Points | Wine Spectator
92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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