Wine Advocate-Parker :
Scents of white peach, white currant, and grapefruit mark the nose of Laroche's 2008 Chablis Les Clos, which then comes to the palate with a delightful and striking combination of richness and invigoration. White pepper, citrus rind and crushed stone add pungent punctuation to the generous and refreshing matrix of peach and white currant. While this is denser than the corresponding Blanchots, it equally well illustrates the ability this year of certain Chablis to be every bit the grand cru in character yet to preserve a sense of premier cru energy, tension, and relative levity. I suspect this will be worth following for a decade, and also that it had not entirely recovered from its recent bottling.
|Allergènes||Contient des sulfites|
|Sucrosité||Vins blancs secs|