At 6 years young, Dauvissat’s 2015 Preuses is rich and powerful and quick to express its layered core of ripe stone fruits, citrus oils, a crushed oyster shell minerality, damp algae and a sea spray salinity.
It expands on the palate over time, lengthening and intensifying. What’s really impressive in the context of the vintage is the wine’s focus and precision. Its richness and ripeness is really well tamed and its fruit expression is so pure. It’s surely to gain more weight and complexity as it ages, but with sufficient air it’s absolutely a joy to drink now. — 6 days ago
Pale lemon with fresh fruit aromas of stone and citrus fruits with some nutty notes. On the palate flavors of apple, lime citrus and pear, big acidity, with honeysuckle notes. Medium+ finish, notes vanilla ending with smoky and flinty mineral spice character. — 6 days ago
Ripe nose with loads of seashells and sand and ripe Meyer lemon actually. Glorious aromas and ripe but still very much Chablis. Palate is ripe and chiseled with wonderful freshness, salinity and roundness. Nose is dripping with Chablis essence. Terrific inner mouth aromas and greet concentration. Showing so well. — 16 days ago
n splendid condition, this wine just rips. Nose is citrus and flowers, there’s a thickness to the palate and lots of candied lemon peel with some minerals and chalk, gentle integrated acidity and a classy finish that just echoes. Why we cellar white Burgundy is evident in this glass. — 16 days ago