Domaine Long-Depaquit Chablis Moutonne Monopole Grand Cru MAGNUM 2014 (3185)

Domaine Long-Depaquit Chablis Moutonne Monopole Grand Cru MAGNUM 2014 (3185)

France - Chablis

Vinous - Stephen Tanzer: Pale yellow-green. Superb lift to the pure aromas of lime zest, anise and crushed herbs. Dense, round and rich but backward and unforthcoming in spite of its outstanding palate presence and volume. Much more minerally than fruity in style, this soil-driven wine will go smoky and flinty with bottle age. 93-95 Points

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Professional Reviews


(2.35 ha monopole that spans a parcel of vines situated in both Vaudésir and Preuses though 95% of it is in Vaudésir. The site is protected from the wind and often gives very ripe wines; ~25% new wood). This is restrained to the point of being all but mute aromatically with only hints of mineral reduction in evidence. There is outstanding volume and mid-palate concentration to the textured full-bodied flavors that exhibit fine power and drive, all wrapped in a palate coating, intense and hugely long finish. This is impressive and easily the best of these grands crus. (92-95)/2022+


Tim Atkin MW

The best release yet from this historic “eighth Grand Cru”, this is a youthful, compact wine with considerable ageing potential. Savoury, minerally and taut with notes of oyster shall and subtle oak, it’s the Montrachet of Chablis. 2016-27


The World of Fine Wine

The sort of outstanding wine that has everything: delicate haunting aromas, citrus, pear, hawthorn: wondrous vinosity and multilayered, ever so subtle flavors that change in the glass. Majestic length and race. Be patient-until at least 2020. Great value, too.

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Great quality Chablis

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