Now that the new generation has settled in at Domaine Lavantureux, we can barely keep track of the new developments, each one more exciting than the last. This bottling marks just their third release from Bougros, a grand cru with abundant sun exposure noted for its high proportion of clay. It stands out from their other wines for its lavish richness, pampering your palate with decadent, limestone-tinged fruit without sparing an ounce of mouthwatering Chablisien typicity. You may certainly cellar it, but you’d be missing quite a treat today—it holds nothing back.
Hints of smoked nut and ash lend nuance to tangerine and nectarine flavors in this wine. While pristine and opulent in fruit profile, it maintains the tension and steeliness of a classic Chablis. This penetrating, satisfying wine is just starting to open and will likely improve through 2040.
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