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2005 Domaine Francois Raveneau, Chablis Grand Cru, Blanchot

Vinous

90

Burghound

92

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $1,195
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2005 Domaine Francois Raveneau, Chablis Grand Cru, Blanchot

Vinous

90

Burghound

92

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $1,195
/
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Vinous

Vinous

90

Pale yellow. High-toned, slightly exotic pineapple aroma-heavier, like the '06, notes Bernard Raveneau. Fat and oily on the palate but with a very dry impression in spite of its ripe pineapple flavors. Very long and a bit warm on the back end, with a trace of finishing bitterness. In style this is more Cote de Beaune than Chablis. Much broader than the sample I tasted a year ago from barrel. Today, this one strikes me as the oddball among these 2005s.

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Vinous

Vinous

90

Pale yellow. High-toned, slightly exotic pineapple aroma-heavier, like the '06, notes Bernard Raveneau. Fat and oily on the palate but with a very dry impression in spite of its ripe pineapple flavors. Very long and a bit warm on the back end, with a trace of finishing bitterness. In style this is more Cote de Beaune than Chablis. Much broader than the sample I tasted a year ago from barrel. Today, this one strikes me as the oddball among these 2005s.