Note: from 4 separate parcels totaling 4.11 ha, 3 of which are all at the top of the slope. Once again the nose is both fresh and ripe and while it's not quite as elegant and airy as the Côte Bouguerots there is every bit as much classic Chablis character. There is a really lovely mouth feel to the sappy large-bodied flavors thanks to the copious quantity of dry extract that also serves to buffer the exceptionally firm acid spine on the powerful, punchy and beautifully complex finale. This beautiful effort, along with the Preuses, would appear to be the most promising wines in the range in 2018 and they are among the best wines of the vintage. Drink: 2033+. Don't miss! 93-95 points, Burghound Issue: 76, 10 Oct 2019.