Chablis for a Song. 375ml Bottles just $18.75 by the Case!‏

 
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Terrific drinking at an incredibly low price
 
Summer is just around the corner and what better to drink with seafood and white meats than Chablis?
 
Today we offer the 2013 Chablis Villages from Domaine William Fevre. It is a classic Chablis - Antonio Galloni says it is a "beautifully layered, impeccable Chablis" and calls it "striking" with "tons of near-term appeal".
 
If you are looking for a well priced White Burgundy this has to be it!
 
The good news is that the wine is available in both 375ml and 750ml bottles and both a ridiculously well priced. Take advantage of our Case Prices and save even more.
 
Domaine William Fevre Chablis 2013
375ml Bottle $19.95
Case of 12 375ml Bottles $225.00
750ml Bottle $37.00
Case of 12 375ml Bottles $399.95*
Fevre Chablis label Burghound: This is a bit more aromatically elegant than the Champs Royaux with more obvious Chablis character as well. There is an appealing mix of intensity and richness to the delicious medium-bodied flavors that terminate in a clean and dry finale that is not as youthfully austere as it usually is. This is worth considering. A Sweet Spot Wine. 89 Points

Antonio Galloni: The 2013 Chablis is another striking entry-level wine with tons of near-term appeal. White peach, slate, sage and mint are some of the many notes that take shape in a beautifully layered, impeccable Chablis from Fèvre. 89 Points
To view and order the wines on our website click here.
  
You may also order by email to asaf@grandmillesime.com.au or phone (03) 9326 5737. Free shipping within Australia for Case lots.

Don't miss this bargain opportunity. Stocks are limited.
 
Cheers,
Darren

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