An interesting hint of muscat adds breadth to the green fruit, citrus zest and lychee nut-suffused aromas that are trimmed in soft wood influence. The opulent yet almost painfully intense broad-shouldered flavors possess a highly textured mouth feel while delivering impressive persistence on the balanced finale. This will need a few years of cellaring to better develop depth but this is very promising. Drink from now to 2023+. Published by Burghound in Oct 2018.
Domaine Jean Collet et Fils, Chablis Grand Cru Valmur 2016