Wine Domaine William Fevre, Chablis Grand Cru "Vaudesir", 2007
Reviews of purchase Domaine William Fevre, Chablis Grand Cru "Vaudesir", 2007
Wine bright yellow.
The wine has a delicate, airy and delicate fruity taste with rounded tannins and mineral notes.
In a rich, full flavor of the wine felt floral notes and shades of green fruit.
The wine is recommended to serve with fish and seafood, poultry and white meat.
Dry white wine Chablis Grand Cru "Vaudesir" by William Fevre Domain is made from Chardonnay grapes grown on their own plot of the vineyard of Grand Cru Class "Vodezir", which is located between terroirs "Valmyur" and "Prez", and compared to them is a little more easy and less limestone soil. Wines produced in the Grand Cru "Vodezir", characterized by their uniformity, they are strict and at the same time beautiful: young wines have floral taste that delayed acquire a solid circular structure.
Wine "Vodezir" 2007 is different silky, fruity, slightly creamy taste with an intriguing minerality that promises to eventually turn it into an absolute masterpiece!
"Wine Chablis Grand Cru" Vaudesir "- the standard product Domain William Fevre. Exciting wine with excellent shape and structure, pure and delicate aroma" - Allen Meadows, Burghound, October 2010.
William Fevre - representative of the whole dynasty of winemakers, which has a history of over 250 years. Its own economy Domaine de la Maladiere William founded in 1959 and over the years of hard work have learned to create luxurious wine perfectly reflects the essence of the terroir of Burgundy. Domain William Fevre was established in 1992 with Victor Pino - a winemaker from Chile. In 1998 the estate was acquired by the House of Champagne Henriot, who continued to produce wine, while preserving the brand name William Fevre.
To date Domain William Fevre owns 50 hectares of vineyards in Chablis, 15 hectares of which are designed to produce wines of Grand Cru Class and 12 hectares - for wines Premiers Crus. Yields are still harvested by hand, and all also apply a soft press. In addition to aging in oak in the economy began to use stainless steel tanks that only a positive impact on the taste of the wine. Wine under the name William Fevre known as one of the best and fine wines of Burgundy.