William Fevre is the maker of this Domaine William Fevre Chablis , a white wine from the region of Chablis produced with chardonnay grapes. The Domaine William Fevre Chablis is the ideal white to combine with fish.
“On the nose cavort teen-mineral flavors. Besides, very fragrant with elegant citrus and vanilla notes. Very complex, perfectly balanced fruit and fine mineral with slim structure, harmonious finale with well balanced Säure.Stephen Tanzer, columnist at Food & Wine and author of the INTERNATIONAL WINE CELLAR writes about the Chablis AOC of William Fèvre: 'A very serious wine with village sneaky back-end persistence. '”
“TASTING NOTES OF Domaine William Fèvre Chablis 2013:
- View: gold, green highlights.
- Nose: bouquet of great refinement with notes of citrus, white fruit and flowers.
- Mouth: fresh taste, soft, mineral notes, typical of the denomination.
VINEYARD: William Fevre
GRAPES: 100% Chardonnay.
PAIRING: grilled fish or light sauce, seafood, oysters.
TEMPERATURE: 12-14 °C”
“Located on a basement Kimméridgien, domain William Fèvre ideally exhibition which gives its wines a beautiful fruity and pleasant freshness. Chablis Domaine and its promises of minerality and wealth. With a golden color with green highlights, the bouquet is of great refinement and evolves with notes of citrus, white fruit and flowers. Fresh and supple in the mouth, it is marked by mineral notes, typical of the appellation. Since 1959, this famous winemaker has developed with passion and demands a vineyard of 51 hectares of which 15.9 are ranked first Cru and Grand Cru 15.2. Floors: Marne and argillaceous limestone Kimmeridgian. Basements rich in minerals and oyster fossils giving the mineral character typical of the wines of Chablis. Grape: 100% Chardonnay. Winemaking: Using gravity to avoid pumping, pneumatic pressing short (1h30 to 2h), very light static settling. Ageing: 8-10 months in small stainless steel tanks to preserve freshness, with an aging 10% of the harvest in oak barrels from France. Temperature: 1214 ° C. Shelf life: 2 years. Matching Food & Wine: With Gougères, this Chablis is a perfect aperitif. At the table, we can enjoy it with grilled fish or light sauce, seafood, oysters. . . Gilbert & Gaillard 89/100. "Pale yellow, green reflections. Elegant nose of white flowers, prairie air. On the palate fresh, fleshy, tonic, where we find the same flavors underlined with a discreet tone vegetable. Perfect for grilled fish or snails. "”
“A good white to finish the meal. The first person who told me about this wine, was my brother.
I thought that the Domaine William Fèvre Chablis had a very light colour. The Domaine William Fèvre Chablis shows exotic floral hints of jasmine. I left the bottle opened for a couple of days and got spoiled.”
“To take good prawns from South. The best thing about this wine, the company.
A Chardonnay with a very dull colour. White flowers are perceived in this Domaine William Fèvre Chablis. Light wine, more than expected.”
“It had a very shutdown colour. Notes of white fruits such as apples. I drunk a little and a few days later it was vinegary.
A Chardonnay accompanying us from starters to dessert.
I recommend having it open for a while before drinking.