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Jean-Marc Brocard Butteaux Chablis 2014

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Rebecca Meir-Liebman rated this wine as 91/100 with the following review:

A biodynamic winery, which exports its Chablis to more than 50 countries, their
philosophy is to preserve the natural flavour of the grape while expressing the soil in the
wine. With refreshing acidity, this is a lively wine with beautiful minerality, balanced by
floral and peach notes, with a hint of flint. One of the better Chablis wine I’ve tasted at
this price point. A perfect choice for seafood and light white fish dishes.
Alex & Priya rated this wine as 90/100 with the following review:

Priya: Lots of legs on this, and it's super tangy and lemony. I'm glad I tried it, but at $46 it's a bit too pricey for me. 88pts

Alex: This is a very pure, mineral-driven expression of 1er cru Chablis that's quite closed the first day, on both the palate and nose. Give it time...as by day 2 it is soaring! The nose is now riveting with intense white lilac florals, a yeasty sourdough note, and pristine lime and granny smith apple fruit. It's all encapsulated by an ocean seashell presence, that fills the mouth with electric energy on the palate. The palate seemed to have doubled its flavor content the next day, delighting with its purity and verve. A long saline finish gives the length and depth for a fine bowl of ceviche. Be patient with this, as it becomes excellent. Cellar for another 5-7 years or decant. 92pts

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Jean-Marc Brocard Butteaux Chablis 2014, Burgundy A.C., France Natalie has not yet reviewed this wine. It's listed here for your convenience so that you can find it easily in your local liquor store. Drink: 2016-2020. 294165 11% D 750 mL  $46.95. October 15, 2016  Full Review




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