Aromas of citrus oil, white peach, spring flowers and oystershell introduce the 2017 Chablis Villages, a deep, medium to full-bodied wine with a taut, concentrated core, underpinned by a racy line of acidity. Long and chalky on the finish, like its Petit Chablis sibling, it's as good a representation of the appellation as it's possible to find.
90-92 points, William Kelley, Wine Advocate (Issue # 238 - Aug 2018)
The 2017 Chablis, of which one parcel was 80% hit by frost, has a very composed and quite intense bouquet with citrus lemon, Granny Smith apples and light smoky scents. The palate is fresh and vibrant with good tension, a clear step up from the Petit Chablis with a vibrant, spicy finish. Excellent.
90-92 points, Neal Martin, Vinous (Aug 2018)
Has a smoke edge with a fine core of yellow citrus and neat flinty aromas. Yellow grapefruit here. Very neat punchy acidity, good depth and ripeness. Moves into yellow peaches. Flesh with tension and freshness. Drink now.
90-91 points, James Suckling (Aug 2018)