William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru 'Bougros – Côte Bouguerots' 2013

William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru 'Bougros – Côte Bouguerots' 2013

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Although Chablis stalwart William Fèvre may not possess the legendary status of Dauvissat and Raveneau, nor the new-school coolness of the likes of Vocoret or de Moor, its wines are a dependably satisfying entry point to this most northerly of Burgundy appellations.

Established in 1958, Fèvre’s holdings grew rapidly at a time when land was inexpensive. The domaine now has almost 80ha of vineyards to its name, including an impressive range of 1er and Grand Crus covering just about every important site in the region.

Under head winemaker Dider Séguier, everything has been managed organically (with the 1er and Grand Crus farmed using biodynamics) and the entire estate harvested by hand, while new oak has been dialled back in favour of older barrels and stainless steel.

"The 2013 version displays a deft touch of oak that again is sufficiently subtle as to allow the ripe and very fresh white and yellow orchard fruit, sea breeze and iodine scents to shine. There is excellent punch as well as fine detail to the almost aggressively mineral-driven flavours that possess good power but also a lovely sense of refinement on the wonderfully long and impeccably well-balanced finish. Exquisite." 94 Points, Burghound

Wine Details

Type White
Country France
Region Burgundy > Chablis
Producer William Fèvre
Vintage 2013
Grape Varieties Chardonnay
Bottle Size 75.0cl