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2008 Daniel Dampt - Chablis Cote de Lechet 1er Cru Chardonnay - France - Burgundy - Chablis - White - Premier Cru

France - Burgundy - Chablis

White Chardonnay - Premier Cru
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Comm: 2013-2018

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Source Jancis Robinson
Author Todd W59
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 12/24/2013
Drink Dates 2013-2018

Wonderful bright color of light green and yellow. On the nose, some lemon, grapefruit and flowers. Quite a rich and full Chablis with well-balanced structure of fruit, mineral, and acid. I wouldn't characterize this as a "steely" wine as it has quite a bit of mouth-watering fruit, but clearly a Chablis nevertheless. This bottle was at a good place - very enjoyable with a persistent finish.

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