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The Chateau de Maligny has been just about our favorite Chablis producer for many, many years. Their wines are always...Read more...
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Though rich, there's freshness and the typical oyster shell and iodine notes. This also has ripe peach and melon flavors, but it's balanced and lin... Read more
Light gold in color, with aromas of melon and honeydew. The lack of oak aging of any sort keeps this wine light, crisp and refreshing. A very pure ... Read more
It's a tribute to the magnificent growing condition of the 2000 vintage that enable a Chablis this inexpensive to be this good. Crisp, flinty and p... Read more
Food Pairings for Chablis Chablis 1° Cru Fourchaume Blanc Domaine D. Dampt 75
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Though rich, there's freshness and the typical oyster shell and iodine notes. This also has ripe peach and melon flavors, but it's balanced and lingers. Drink now.
Light gold in color, with aromas of melon and honeydew. The lack of oak aging of any sort keeps this wine light, crisp and refreshing. A very pure form of Chardonnay, finishing with pear flavors and a light zip of acidity.
It's a tribute to the magnificent growing condition of the 2000 vintage that enable a Chablis this inexpensive to be this good. Crisp, flinty and polished, with textbook mineral and stony elements that converge in a zesty, vibrant finish.
A great buy in white Burgundy, this Petite Chablis sports lightly floral, honeyed notes of tart green apple with plenty of mineral zip, like mountain water filtered through granite. Finishes with a hint of citrus oil/grapefruit essence. Quality Chablis can get pretty expensive, but coming as it does from such a nice vintage, this affordable version gives you a good idea what this great region can accomplish with the Chardonnay grape.
Chablis is a region of France's Burgundy region responsible for some of the most distinctive expressions of the Chardonnay grape. On the limestone rich soils of the area, Chardonnay produces wines that can be steely, yet rich with orchard fruits and mineral tones. Unlike the typical white Burgundy, most Chablis sees little or no new oak which allows the grape to express itself with a purity that barrel aging can obscure. Often quite reticent in their youth, Chablis may require several years of ageing in order to be able to fully express the depth and richness it keeps in reserve.
This Chardonnay has it all; the steely, crispness and bright orchard fruits with tones of minerals and fresh herbs. Deep and rich. Works wonderfully with steamed mussels, broiled lobster with a melted garlic/butter sauce and shrimp scampi.
From our favorite Chablis producer the Fourchame is the next step up for fans of the Maligny AOC or Petite Chablis. With amazing structure and complexity this is a wine built to last and yet it drinks so beautifully already! Bold tropical fruit is cut by bracing minerality and fresh acidity. After a few hours the wine begins to soften and the intense aromatics really start to show. Try this with seafood gumbo poached halibut or avocado-based vegetarian dishes.
The Chateau de Maligny has been just about our favorite Chablis producer for many, many years. Their wines are always crisp and reflect the mineral and chalky soils of the Chablisien. At this price, it's *a great intro to the wonderful world of Chablis*.bq). Ripe green fruit flavors of plum and melon are backed by herb and stone accents. Drink now through 2013. - winespectator.com
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