White Wine Lovers: Chablis Denis Pommier

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October 25th 2011

Denis Pommier’s Chablis 2009 and Chablis 1er Cru Cote de Lechet 2008 received good reviews this week in both the Belfast Telegraph and the Kidderminster Shuttle.

Chablis Denis Pommier 2009 (£13.17/bottle inc VAT): ‘Smooth and rich with a slightly buttery nose, elegant green apples and good length, it’s a classy wine with nice texture and a delicious partner with seared scallops.’

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The 2009 vintage was a big one for the Pommiers and their wines have a lot of power and interest. Now with over 12 months in the bottle, the 2009 has revealed a lovely opulence whilst remaining mineral. A flavoursome Chablis.

Chablis 1er Cru Cote de Lechet Denis Pommier 2008 (£16.50/bottle inc VAT): ‘is far more linear with the purity and minerality one looks for in a premier cru. With a floral nose, lemon crisp flavours and a tangy mineral finish, try serving it with Clacbitou goats’ cheese– the saltiness of the soft cheese beautifully balances the acidity of the wine.’

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This is a beautiful, finesse-driven Chablis that is fresh with mineral and floral notes that is crunchy and lacy on the palate. Despite its femininity, Pommier’s 2008s are some of the most complex and tightly wound they have made.

To see the full articles click on the links:
the Belfast Telegraph and the Kidderminster Shuttle