Patrick Piuze

Valmur Chablis Grand Cru Chardonnay

9.011 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Chablis, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
Top Notes For
Gilbert Van Hassel

It is a 2018 so a little bit rich and full bodied. But succulent peaches and white flowers with a tangy zip at the end. Excellent Valmur.

It is a 2018 so a little bit rich and full bodied. But succulent peaches and white flowers with a tangy zip at the end. Excellent Valmur.

Jun 2nd, 2021
Justin Hansohn

Definitely needs time....and I just don't feel like this has the kind of energy I'm really looking for in grand Cru Chablis. Just slightly on the not for the money side right now...but I definitely enjoyed it.

Definitely needs time....and I just don't feel like this has the kind of energy I'm really looking for in grand Cru Chablis. Just slightly on the not for the money side right now...but I definitely enjoyed it.

Apr 23rd, 2017
Rob Moose

Best Piuze I've had in awhile. Fresh off an airplane too! Just growing in weight and complexity as it opens. It's still young in age, and drinking more how I would expect a 2011 or older to drink, but not in a retiring way or anything. I guess what I'm saying is that there is nothing missing here for me, and I'm not sure that Piuze's wines get better than this kind of showing.

Best Piuze I've had in awhile. Fresh off an airplane too! Just growing in weight and complexity as it opens. It's still young in age, and drinking more how I would expect a 2011 or older to drink, but not in a retiring way or anything. I guess what I'm saying is that there is nothing missing here for me, and I'm not sure that Piuze's wines get better than this kind of showing.

Dec 29th, 2016
Clare Centanni

Very austere with notes of crisp apple.

Very austere with notes of crisp apple.

Apr 14th, 2015
Sasha Agapov

Interesting, citrusy, racy chablis. Pleasant minerality, even a bit creamy. Vanilla, tart, green apple, maybe violets? :) I like it, but would give it 2-3 years.

Interesting, citrusy, racy chablis. Pleasant minerality, even a bit creamy. Vanilla, tart, green apple, maybe violets? :) I like it, but would give it 2-3 years.

Feb 4th, 2015
Rassadkin Alexander

Rassadkin had this 6 years ago

Rassadkin had this 6 years ago

Jun 9th, 2016
Jo Beal

Jo had this 7 years ago

Jo had this 7 years ago

Oct 1st, 2015
Mark Shickel

Mark had this 7 years ago

Mark had this 7 years ago

May 17th, 2015