Chablis Village Sainte Claire 2015 from Jean-Marc Brocard : a white wine with great precision
The Chablis Village Sainte Claire by Jean-Marc Brocard is a single-varietal Chardonnay white wine produced in the Chablis Village appellation. With an average age between 35 and 40 years, the vines are planted on Kimmeridgian soils. The wine is aged in stainless steel vats for 10 months, with native yeasts.
At tasting, the Chablis Village Sainte Claire 2015 by Jean-Marc Brocard develops lemon fragrances combined with notes of yellow fruits. The palate is coated by a very balanced wine with a good acidity and a saline character. Overall, the Chablis Village Sainte Claire 2015 by Jean-Marc Brocard is a refreshing cuvee with great precision
Wine Advocate-Parker :
The 2015 Chablis les Domaine Sainte Claire was very similar to my observation a year ago, though perhaps that white flower aroma has become more intense in recent months. The palate is well balanced with light citrus notes, although it cuts away rather swiftly toward the finish. Not bad, although I see more potential in the 2016.
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