The 2015 Chablis has a honeyed bouquet with flecks of white chocolate. As the aromas unfold there is a seam of lemon curd and a distant scent of chalk dust. The palate is well balanced with superb salinity considering the warmth of the growing season; vibrant and quite deep toward the poised finish. It seems to have lost some of its nascent spiciness from barrel, yet there is unquestionably impressive body and concentration, suggesting it will age with style. Drink 2019 -2029. 90 Points. Neal Martin, The Wine Advocate (Sept 2017).
Here too there is admirable purity to the exuberantly fresh and bright nose of pear, tidal pool and soft floral aromas. The middle weight flavors are tighter and more focused with good tension that extends to the rich, sappy and saline-inflected finale. This should drink well early on if desired. Drink 2020+. 88-91 Points. Allen Meadows, Burghound (Oct 2016).