Bruce Sanderson a dégusté et noté 5 de nos cuvées 2008 dans Wine Spectator à lire ci-dessous :
Chablis Premier Cru Vaugirault 2008 :
This is aromatic, with floral, pine and juniper aromas followed by lemon and chalk notes on a firm, dry profile. A nice balance between flesh and acidity make this harmonious and appealing.
Best from 2012 though 2022.
Mark : 91
Chablis Terroirs de Chablis 2008 :
A vibran, mineral-driven white, with ample flesh covering the firm structure. Lemon custard, apple, floral and stone notes linger through the long finish.
Drink now through 2016.
Mark : 90
Chablis Premier Cru Montmains 2008 :
There’s power here, and bright acidity showcases vanilla-tinged melon, apple and lemon flavors. Still needs a year or so to come together. Fine lenght.
Best from 2011 through 2018.
Mark : 90
Chablis Premier Cru Vaucopins :
On the austere side and balanced toward the acidity, this displays some wood tones, along with apple and pear flavors. A little awkward now, so give it time.
Best from 2012 through 2019.
Mark : 89
Chablis Terroirs de Courgis 2008 :
Lean and chalky, with intensity to its pure lemon, grapefruit and green apple flavors. Shows more bones on the finish, yet stays long and mouthwatering.
Best from 2011 through 2017.
Mark : 88