Since 1923 at Chablis in Burgundy, the meticulous care of the vine-growers working together under the banner of La Chablisienne has given birth to wines whose magnificence is amplified by the passage of time. These wines, coming from a mosaic of "cimats", or vineyard plots, provide a pallet of emotions marked with a truly mineral touch.
A top 100 Wine Spectator wine. Very nice. 100% stainless steel.
Wonderful, wonderful wine. Like drinking a glass of gravel with a twist of lemon. Pale straw in color, whiffs of wet beach and stone followed by a lovely mineral wine with faint hints of citrus. Shows you how terrific a chardonnay can be with lots of terroir, no oak, and very little fruit.
Drank a bottle at a friends house. Much more honeyed and melony, like IlonaN's note. Is it possible wine can age that fast, or is there a lot of bottle variation with this wine?