Nils Gustaf Lindgren wrote:
> With my version of Moules mariniere:
> Color is surprisingly light considering the realtively high age.
> Nose overflows with carambole, I find some very slight oxidative notes.
> On palate, acidity is fairly restrained for a Chablis. There is a
> minerality, even a saltiness. Very good and almost opulent body. To my
> mind, this wine is at its apex and we will drink the remaineing bottles
> during the next 12 months.
> Excellent with shellfish.
Nils, am I correct in thinking that this is a village-level Chablis? If
so, no surprise that it's mature, but a testament to Boudin's winemaking
that it has lasted this long and this well.
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