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2008 Domaine Francois Raveneau, Chablis Premier Cru, Chapelot

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Regular price $450
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2008 Domaine Francois Raveneau, Chablis Premier Cru, Chapelot

Vinous

92

Burghound

92

CellarTracker

91
Regular price $450
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The 2008 Chablis Chapelot 1er Cru emerges from the lower slopes of Montée de Tonnerre, where the warmer micro-climate results in a relatively open-knit Chablis that can be enjoyed with minimal cellaring. It is a wine the Raveneau family bottles only occasionally. In tasting, the 2008 is light on its feet and airy, with soft curves that bring out the orchard fruit, citrus, mint and floral flavors nicely. The 2008 Chapelot is not a truly epic Raveneau Chablis, but it is very delicious. We polished it off pretty quickly. I would prefer to drink the 2008 over the next handful of years, as I don’t see the structure or depth to support longer aging.

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Vinous

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The 2008 Chablis Chapelot 1er Cru emerges from the lower slopes of Montée de Tonnerre, where the warmer micro-climate results in a relatively open-knit Chablis that can be enjoyed with minimal cellaring. It is a wine the Raveneau family bottles only occasionally. In tasting, the 2008 is light on its feet and airy, with soft curves that bring out the orchard fruit, citrus, mint and floral flavors nicely. The 2008 Chapelot is not a truly epic Raveneau Chablis, but it is very delicious. We polished it off pretty quickly. I would prefer to drink the 2008 over the next handful of years, as I don’t see the structure or depth to support longer aging.