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2009 Domaine Jean Collet & Fils, Valmur, Chablis Grand Cru

Producer: Domaine Jean Collet et Fils [Chablis]
Vintage: 2009
Grape variety: Chardonnay
Origin: France, Burgundy, Chablis & Auxerrois
Appellation: Chablis Grand Cru
Date tasted: 27 January 2011
Price when tasted: n/a UK

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Tasting notes

27/01/2011

This is an old family estate, with just 50 ares of one grand cru, Valmur, which yields about 3000 bottles per year. The wine is fermented and aged in oak and it tastes quite solid, rounded and structured, with some firm mineral fruit and considerable weight and texture. Like most of the grands crus, it is still in vat and will not be bottled until the spring. Drink 2016%u20132019. (17 points)

15/01/2011

This is an old family estate, with just 50 ares of one grand cru, Valmur, which yields about 3000 bottles per year. The wine is fermented and aged in oak and it tastes quite solid, rounded and structured, with some firm mineral fruit and considerable weight and texture. Like most of the grands crus, it is still in vat and will not be bottled until the spring. Solid and textured with a great deal of ageing potential. Drink 2016-18. (17 points)

This is an old family estate, with just 50 ares of one grand cru, Valmur, which yields about 3000 bottles per year. The wine is fermented and aged in oak and it tastes quite solid, rounded and structured, with some firm mineral fruit and considerable weight and texture. Like most of the grands crus, it is still in vat and will not be bottled until the spring. Drink 2016%u20132019. (17 points)

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