Wine Domaine William Fevre, Chablis, 2016
The wine is light golden-green color.
The wine has a rich, intense fruit flavor, reveals layers with mineral notes and a high acidity that appears at the finish.
Magnificent aroma of the wine is filled with tones of smoke, graphite and pencil shavings.
Wine blends wonderfully with oysters, served with fish, grilled or under delicate sauces goes well with seafood.
William Fevre, Chablis, 2012 - classic Chablis with amazing smoky aroma and rich fruit flavors with bright acidity, "great wine in its class" (Antonio Galloni, "Wine Advocate").
2012 season presented husbandmen "surprises": first, on April 17 hit a devastating frost, because of which was severely reduced yields in the vineyards and Grand Premiers Crus. Of the vineyards was saved, but nature was cruel - hailstorm brought significant losses in the best vineyards. Yields on the most affected areas was 18-35 hectoliters per hectare, so low it was not ever. The harvest began on September 12 and ended on October 2nd. Interestingly, the harvest of 2012 and created from it Fevre wines were awarded high acidity and sugar, perhaps because preserved grapes reached maturity in the short term, while maturation in previous years was more gradual, conditioned northerly winds.
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 barrels in the economy began to use stainless steel tanks that only a positive impact on the taste of the wine. Wine under the brand name "William Fevre" are known as some of the best and fine wines of Burgundy.