There’s only a small puddle left of the 2014 Fevres that arrived … yesterday. These are wines in high demand, so if you’d like to get your mitts on a bottle or two, act quickly!
Régisseur Didier Séguier describes 2014 as a “completely classic vintage where we enjoyed some of the cleanest fruit that I have ever seen. We began picking on the 15th of September and continued in near perfect conditions for the next 10 days. We brought in normal yields in Petit Chablis and Chablis of around 50 to 60 hl/ha. Yields in the 1ers and grands crus however were notably lower and about the same as we realized in 2012 which is say only 25 to 35 hl/ha. This was because the better sites are generally more precocious and there was a heat spike during the flowering that provoked a lot of shatter. The alcoholic vinification was easy and straightforward though the malos were long and slow and didn’t finish until May. As to the style of the vintage I would describe as a blend of 2007 and 2008 with crystal clear terroir definition. I really like the 2014 vintage and believe it should age effortlessly.”
2014 Domaine William Fevre Les Lys 1er cru $68
2014 Domaine William Fevre Montmains 1er Cru $68
2014 Domaine William Fevre Vaillons 1er Cru $68
2014 Domaine William Fevre Fourchaumes 1er Cru $79
2014 Domaine William Fevre Montee de Tonnerre 1er cru $86
2014 Domaine William Fevre Valmuw Grand Cru $150
2014 Domaine William Fevre Les Preuses Grand Cru $148
2014 Domaine William Fevre Les Clos Grand Cru $165
Extremely limited stocks!