2006 Domaine Vincent Dauvissat Chablis
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Another generique exceptional for being hand-harvested and for its quality is the Dauvissat 2006 Chablis. Smelling sweetly of ripe peach, lily perfume, and a hint of vanilla, this fills the palate with lush fruit but also savory, saline, shrimp- and lobster-reduction mineral character, finishing with lip-smacking generosity and (for its appellation) startling length. I can see no reason to defer gratification, but this should drink nicely for another couple of years. As wonderful as this is for 'simple' appellation Chablis, the 2005 is in the same exalted quality league. (DS)
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Pale, bright yellow. Very ripe aromas of peach, apricot, wet stone and honey. Round, ripe, sweet and approachable, with a pliant texture that should give considerable early pleasure. Finishes with excellent length. (ST)
Allen Meadows - Burghound
However here there are discreet notes of exotic yellow fruit that complement the equally fresh and bright middle weight flavors that possess ample finishing intensity plus a fine minerality as well as subtle oyster shell notes. There is plenty of dry extract present that really coats the mouth on the finish. Worth a look.