2010 Domaine Gerard Tremblay Chablis 1er Cru "Cote de Lechet"

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This vineyard, located on the right bank of the river Serein, almost directly across from Bougros Grand Cru, is always a bit rounder on the palate, with an interesting apricot/peach pit note. The acidity is a bit less prominent and the floral notes more pronounced, but it retains that drive and minerality that could only be Chablis. (Keith Wollenberg, K&L Burgundy buyer)

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Staff Image By: Ryan Woodhouse | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/28/2012 | Send Email
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My favourite of the 2010 Tremblay 1er Crus for drinking young. The slightly sunnier, warmer aspect of the vineyard has given a touch more generosity to the fruit with peach and apricot leaping from the glass. The wine is showing breath, richness and excellent palate weight for such a youngster. Some of the other Tremblay wines have a tight, nervy energy about them at this stage, which I’m sure means they may out, perform the Lechet in long term cellaring. However if you need a great bottle of Chablis tonight, I think this one is the best candidate.
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Alcohol Content (%): 13