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Christian Moreau, Chablis
Stock up now because the next vintage - the 2016 vintage - is being described as an apocalypse with its extreme wind, rain and hail. With yields down as much as 30% for some domaines, many of your favorite Burgundies will not be available in the States. The upside is that the current 2015 vintage is phenomenal!
This perennial favorite never makes it to the end of the summer, selling-out well in advance. This is the best village Chablis in Burgundy! You've seen us write about this wine every Spring because we've tried to find one better and simply cannot.
For years, Moreau's Chablis has been poured on the patio, dominating our dinner tables, and serenading seafood. A classic Chablis, it is elegant with wonderful Burgundian minerality. Though it sees no oak, it has a richness about it that leaves you begging for a second glass. Boasting lemon, apple, smoke and flint aromas, the wine is smooth and long, with a bright, refreshing finish. Aromatics of green fruit, oyster shells and saline notes slides into a racy and pure middle.
You should enjoy this delicious Chardonnay with your favorite seafood dishes. Don't be afraid to enjoy this wine on the warmer side of cold as great whites can stand up to the warmer temperature.
We've tried to find one better, but cannot. Moreau's village Chablis is a racy white, nicely balanced and showing lemon, apple, smoke and flint aromas and flavors. This is smooth and long, with a bright, refreshing finish. A classic aromatic profile of green fruit, oyster shell and saline slide into a racy and pure middle. From oysters, lobster, fish to fowl, you can enjoy this exceptional value now through 2020. Don't be afraid to enjoy this wine on the warmer side of cold - great whites can stand up to the warmer temperature.