Classic

William Fevre AC Chablis 2017

The William Fevre wines have taken the next step, balance & harmony have lifted a notch! 2017 Chablis is Divine!

I’ve often tasted the wine and thought to myself what amazing fruit they had if only they could get the texture and oak balance right. The 2017 Chablis has nailed both.

Nice musk, florals, citrus & apple fruit. Flinty with a lovely core of fruit and length. Together, much more harmony than previously vintages. Hints of Spice. Delicious.

$44ea in any 3+, $42ea in any 6+
$46.00

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About William Fevre

1959, the year in which William Fèvre declared his first crop, marked the birth of the domain. Descended from a family which had lived in the Chablis region for over 250 years, it was only natural that he set up as a winemaker with 7 hectares of vineyards.

Over the years the domain has acquired new vineyards in Chablis, all located in the historic terroirs. William Fèvre has become one of the biggest land owners in Chablis with 78 hectares of prestigious vineyards, of which 15.9 are classified as Premiers Crus and 15.2 as Grand Crus.

The 2017 Vintage in Chablis

The 2017s are incredibly exciting across the board: Chablis as it ought to be – full of tension, steely, poised and intense. The wines continue to represent outstanding value. Neal Martin

Can 2017 be considered a truly classic vintage in terms of terroir dictating the order of quality? Droin’s 2017s certainly sang this tune. Tasted from tank just prior to bottling, the wines were uniformly great; it was a tasting in which every single wine performed exactly to script. They communicate a fundamental understanding of each parcel while offering incredible value and enjoyment from Petit Chablis right the way through to the Grand Cru Les ClosNick Stock

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Classic

The 2017 Chablis has a tightly-wound, flinty bouquet with just a faint hint of pressed white flowers. The palate is well balanced with a slither of bitter lemon on the entry, modest weight with a strict and linear, saline finish. Very classic in style, this Chablis should be broached over the next six or seven years.

Neal Martin

Succulent

This has plenty of ripe rich fruit with an array of lime curd, peaches, apricots and mangoes. The palate is packed with flesh and very succulent smooth and creamy peaches and apricots. A lot to like here. Drink on release.

James Suckling

Where in the world does the magic happen?

William FEVRE, Rue Jules Rathier, Chablis, France

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