"A quality Chablis villages." Burghound.
"A beauty." Bill Nanson. Burgundy Report
"No doubt this will represent great value-for-money." Neil Martin.
"Notes of mineral reduction and quinine add breadth to the aromas of green apple, lemon-lime and discreet floral nuances. There is slightly better density to the attractively textured medium-bodied flavors that are even more saline-inflected on the balanced, dry and lingering finale. A quality Chablis villages." Burghound.
"48 hectares of vines with an average age of 50 years – ‘more than most 1er crus’, bottled November. Extra floral top notes, with extra ripeness of citrus below. A little more supple but no less concentrated and intense. Slowly fading flavours that are still a hint floral. A beauty." Bill Nanson. Burgundy Report
"William Fevre own 46ha of AP Chablis but there was lots of frost damage in 2021 - the yield was just 18hl/ha! Lovely floral notes here, very precise and focussed. This is already appealing although the acidity is certainly evident. Lingering spice notes on the finish. From a tank sample, with bottling due in November. Drink from next year and for many years." Andy Howard. MW. Decanter
"The 2021 Chablis Village comes from 46-hectares of vines and was cropped at 20hl/ha, the vines converted to organic two years ago and due for certification next year. It has a steely nose at first, opening nicely with hints of honeysuckle and wild peaches. The palate is well balanced with a fine thread of acidity, taut and focused, plenty of energy here with an added touch of spice that enlivens the finish. No doubt this will represent great value-for-money." Neil Martin.
Combining lovely fruitiness with an attractive freshness and characteristic minerality, Domaine William Fèvre’s vineyards sit on Kimmeridgian subsoil and enjoy ideal exposures for the production of a very fine Chablis. Very fresh bouquet with notes of citrus and white fleshed-fruit. Fresh and supple with excellent minerality.