Note: from two .5 ha parcels divided between Pied d'Aloup, Côte de Bréchain and the remaining from Chapelot. An elegant, pure and relatively airy nose combines plenty of Chablis typicity with notes of white orchard fruit, citrus, algae and iodine wisps. There is very good minerality and delineation to the lacy and refined yet punchy flavors that deliver sneaky good length where the intensity really builds from the mid-palate to the driving finish. Drink: 2026+. Sweet spot Outstanding. 91-94 points, Burghound Issue: 76, 10 Oct 2019.