Louis Michel Chablis 1º Cru Butteaux Vieilles Vignes 2017

Francia / Borgoña / Chablis

Medium-bodied dry white made from grapes grown on old vines in the highest climat of the Montmains hill. Southwestern exposure at 240 meters above sea level. Clay-limestone "Kimmeridgian" soil with white clay and small limestone pebbles. Presently under conversion to organic cultivation. 13% vol.

Grape Variety: 100% Chardonnay

Ageing: Spontaneous fermentation with only native yeasts at low temperatures, then maturing in stainless steel for 12 months on its fine lees.

Awards: Wine Advocate: 94 points. Vinous (Antonio Galloni): 94 points. Wine Anorak (Jamie Goode): 92 points.

Tasting Notes: Best enjoyed: 2025 to 2030.

Presentation: Cardboard box of 6 bottles
Availability: Limited.

What do the experts say?

Wine Advocate: "A formidable rendition of this reliably superb cuvée. It wafts from the glass with a complex but reserved bouquet of fresh peach, crisp yellow apple, iodine, mandarin oil and paraffin wax. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, deep, dense and concentrated, with a racy spine of acidity cloaked in vibrant fruit, concluding with a long, searingly saline finish. This is well worth seeking out."

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