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William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru "Valmur" 2020

Bourgogne - Chablis - Grand Cru - William Fèvre
$83.22
Bottle 0.75L
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Chardonnay 100%
William Fèvre

William Fèvre

The Domaine William Fèvre is one of the most respected and iconic names in the Chablis region, in Bourgogne. 

Founded in the heart of the Chablis vineyard in the 19th century, this family-run Domaine is synonymous with excellence, authenticity and terroir.

The history of Domaine William Fèvre dates back to 1957 when William Fèvre, a visionary with a passion for wine, purchased and revitalized the family Domaine. His relentless quest for quality and his love for the terroir of Chablis led him to acquire precious parcels of vines in the appellation's best climats. Today, Domaine owns nearly 78 hectares of vines, the majority of which are located in the prestigious premier and grand crus of Chablis.

What sets Domaine William Fevre apart is its deep commitment to the unique terroir of Chablis. The Chablis region is renowned for its Kimmeridgian soil, made up of limestone and marl rich in marine fossils. This terroir gives Chablis wines their distinctive character, marked by elegant minerality and aromatic purity. The vines are planted exclusively with the Chardonnay grape, which flourishes in this particular terroir to produce white wines of crystalline purity.

The wines of Domaine William Fevre express the unique characteristics of each terroir with finesse and... See more ...

Critics William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru "Valmur" 2020.

Wine Advocate - Robert Parker
95/100
Tim Atkin
94/100
Inside Burgundy - J. Morris
96/100

Description William Fèvre Chablis Grand Cru "Valmur" 2020.

Emblematic of the Chablis appellation, Domaine William Fèvre is renowned for its Chardonnay Premiers and Grands Crus.

The shape of the terroir on which the vines are found evokes that of a small valley, hence the name "Valmur".

On the nose, the bouquet is charming with surprising fruitiness and a good mineral presence. As for the palate, it's powerful and strongly constituted, lacking neither elegance nor roundness.

A formidable Chablis Grand Cru that will deserve a decade of patience to reveal its full potential.

It will pair perfectly with grilled seafood, cod in sauce but also with a fricassee of creamed poultry.

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