Domaine William Fèvre

Domaine William Fèvre

Bougros Chablis Grand Cru Chardonnay 2012

Confrérie Des Chevaliers du Tastevin Sous-Commanderie d'Albany; 2 June 2024 at Normanside County Club, Delmar, NY

In a fantastic spot!
— 14 days ago

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Domaine William Fèvre

Champs Royaux Chablis Chardonnay 2022

Lightly mineral with stone, pear, and lime. Gentle but with good flavor. — 2 months ago

Wm. Harrison Vineyards & Winery (William Harrison)

Napa Valley Cabernet Franc 2019

Fav from Wm Harrison. Just a touch vegetal in a good way. — 3 months ago

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Cuvée William Deutz Millésimé Brut Champagne 2008

Medium straw colour . Fine , constant perlage . Brioche , confit lemon and jasmine, ginger notes . Fills out well on the palate with those candied lemon , brioche notes , lots of backbone and intensity . Mineral fresh acidity . Still quite young , so probably even better in 5 years and will last a further 5-10 years — 4 months ago

Stuart Allen
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Domaine William Fèvre

Les Preuses Chablis Grand Cru Chardonnay 2018

Jan A

Star anise and thyme as standout descriptors. Open but still long life ahead.

Edit day two: fleshed out considerably. Just a really solid, seamless steely chablis
— a month ago

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This Chablis is great value and might even be a bit young. And fortunately holds time well. I have the 2008 in 1.5L . Magic still. Love this juice from Fevre. And the Les Clos is off the chain great. And Bougros also great.
Jan A

Jan A

Thanks for the insights Gary, actually this is my first bottle of Fevre. Having multiple vintages of recent Clos, Bourgeos, etc. I read here on Delectable recently that these wines could be opened relatively young. So this first sample bottle confirmed the quality and confirmed that there is also absolutely no hurry in opening these. I'll probably keep buying these giving the price points compared to Raveneau etc.


Agreed. The whole lineup of Fevre Chablis Grand Cru represent a great price/value relationship compared to Raveneau and Davissat., etal.

Domaine William Fèvre

Chablis Chardonnay 2020

Absolutely fantastic wow — 3 months ago

William Hill Estate Winery

Bench Blend Napa Valley Red Blend 2014

This is a delicious red blend from Napa Valley.

Dry on the palate and very fruity with medium acidity.

Showing black currants, black plums, cooked cherries, figs, raisins, vanilla, cedar, licorice, light cola, coffee, earth, chocolates, mocha, peppercorn, herbs and Mediterranean spices.

Long finish with fine grained tannins and tangy cherries.

This 10 year old is drinking so very nicely now. Elegant and delectable. Fruit forward and engaging.

Nicely balanced with a nice mouthfeel. Spicy and very complex.

Good right out of the bottle, and better after 90 minutes in the bottle. Peaking now, and will continue to drink nicely in the next few years.

A gorgeous wine at this point. Easy drinking and dangerously good.

Good by itself, and paired deliciously with the leg of lamb.

A blend of 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Petite Sirah, 24% Merlot, 18% Petit Verdot and 1% Malbec.

15% alcohol by volume.

95 points.

$30 (at release).
— 4 months ago

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William Hill Estate Winery

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Never disappoints. Deep nose: liqueur cherry & plum. But "deeper": caramel brownie - caramel, dark chocolate & gingerbread note. — 24 days ago

Domaine William Fèvre

Vaillons Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2021

Light and sweet. Citrus and lots of fruit. Precise and pretty — 2 months ago

Peter NelsonGregg G
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Jan A

Jan A

Got many of these from '19-'21: how are these in terms of maturity? Child murder or good to go?
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Certainly drinkable now. Quite primary and vivid. If you like more resolved whites I’d give it 5 years but I’ve never really known these to shut down, so there’s always something to get from them. I prefer Fevre quite young as their fruit is really dynamic them. I’ve never found them profound with age