Domaine Long-Depaquit 2019 and 2020 Chablis Pre Arrival Offer. Last chance to save 15%

Two superb vintages from this stellar producer. Quantities are very low
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Our shipment of 2019 and 2020 Chablis from Domaine Long-Depaquit arrives in Australia next week.
We still have an excellent selection of both vintages available, albeit in small quantities.
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Chablis 1er Cru Les Beugnons 2019
Landed Price $95.95
Pre Arrival Price $81.50
9 bottles left
Wine Enthusiast - Anne Krebiehl MW: Pear peel, slight smoke, yeast and lemon make for a most appetizing nose on this wine. The palate has immense elan and flow, with juiciness that references ripe Mirabelle and even a touch of honey. This liveliness, however, is anchored in lovely texture that reaches as deep as it does high. 93 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: This 2.3 hectare parcel is in the sub climate of Vaillons; Long-Depaquit was originally the only producer, but a couple more are declaring under this label now, rather than using the Vaillons label. ‘If you don’t take care here this can really go over-ripe very quickly – so the date of picking is crucial – the parcel is protected by the forest.’ Again only tank elevage ‘to keep the purity of this place.’
A deeper, riper but at the same time more mineral nose. Another level of ‘mouth-filling’ tons of mouth-watering energy again – small waves of fresh finishing flavour. Again a great finish.
Chablis 1er Cru Les Vaillons 2019
Landed Price $95.95
Pre Arrival Price $81.50
37 bottles left
Wine Enthusiast - Anne Krebiehl MW: Mirabelle, yeast, chalk and slight nuttiness on this wine's nose promise generosity on the palate. This duly follows, pervaded by ripe lemon zestiness. Although still slightly funky with yeast in places, the wine is lively, profound and smooth. Allow it to come into its own and drink 2022–2040. 94 Points
Jasper Morris MW: Mid yellow colour. The 2019 Long Depaquit Vaillons offers a clear and classic nose, the refinement of little stones, plenty of juice in the fruit behind, not over ripe, though perhaps a little more heat at the back, but this is still true to type. 91 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: A large cuvée of 4.3 hectares, from Les Epinottes (90%) plus a little Lys and Beugnons. Elevage with 10% 2-5 year-old oak, essentially from Vosges. Then blended back into tank.
A strong mineral core to this nose – I would say tight but it’s still very open. Vibrant, saline, the energy of the previous wines. Concentrated in the finish – that’s a grand Vaillons – and it will need some patience – but bravo!
Chablis 1er Cru Montmains 2019
Landed Price $99.95
Pre Arrival Price $84.95
27 bottles left
Wine Enthusiast - Anne Krebiehl MW: Chalk, lemon and hazelnut make for a subtle aromatic trio on this wine's tender nose. The restrained palate adds real depth and resonance, emphasizing it with a smooth, chalky texture wrapped in a smoky but revealing cloak. It is elegant and lasting. Drink by 2040. Editor's Choice.
95 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: 20% oak elevage. From Forêts
The first wine with a little oak in the depth of aroma. A fizz of faint gas, but a width of, growing more intense, flavour. Richer and sweeter finishing than the previous wines.
Chablis 1er Cru Les Vaucopins 2019
Landed Price $99.95
Pre Arrival Price $84.95
19 bottles left
Wine Enthusiast - Anne Krebiehl MW: Ripe Mirabelle notes come with the merest hint of passion fruit before they are swept up in smoky richness. The palate of this wine combines ripe, almost luscious fruit with vivid freshness. The wine offers texture and brightness as well as nuance and precision. It's balanced and lasting. 94 Points
Jasper Morris MW: Pale to mid lemon in colour. This is beautifully and elegantly perfumed, has retained its classical lines with excellent acidity. A long and distinguished finish. 92 Points
Decanter: Often a highlight in the Bichot Premier Cru line-up, this is a fine, expressive Vaucoupin which is already drinking well - but with many years ahead. Concentrated on the palate with lemon and grapefruit characters and a salty finish. A hint of oak adds some extra texture (but not flavour). Precise and confident, this is a lovely wine with very good potential. Drinking Window 2022 - 2028. 92 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: 5 hectares from Chichée, the exposure resembles Vaudesir. ‘A pivot wine between the 1er and grand crus here.’ Just a little more oak – 15%.
More profound aroma – wider in the depth too. Ooh – that’s gorgeously incisive but still somehow with a little padding. A waterfall of saline accented finishing flavour – that’s a great Chablis – a little emotion included here!
Chablis 1er Cru Montee de Tonnerre 2019
Landed Price $106.95
Pre Arrival Price $90.95
32 bottles left
Wine Enthusiast - Anne Krebiehl MW: A tinge of smoke resonates on the chalky nose of this wine. The palate plays a similar game, with a chalky, cool depth and smooth, pithy texture, contoured with freshness and subtle, oaky smoke. This refined and elegant combination will stand the test of time. Drink by 2040. 94 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: Less wood in elevage – only 20% – before it was all wood. It’s back to all wood in 2019 but larger-format, older barrels.
A more direct nose – going deep and mineral but less width. The first with an accent of tannin – a phenolic texture, but very modest. Freshly layered finishing flavour and so long too. This will need plenty of time – it’s a bit timid in some directions – but certainly not the finish!
Chablis Bougros Grand Cru 2019
Landed Price $149.95
Pre Arrival Price $127.50
13 bottles left
Burghound: Once again there is sufficient wood influence to merit pointing out on the aromas of green fruit, petrol, dried peach and shellfish nuances. The delicious and powerful yet relatively sleek big-bodied flavors flash plenty of muscle if not much refinement on the markedly saline, bone-dry and lingering finish. This robust effort will also need at least some patience as it's presently markedly compact. 93 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: Here the oak is significantly more discreet. The nose a little narrow but impressively deep and mineral. Zip, energy – fine drive to this wine. Long, long finishing, modestly saline. Simply excellent.
Chablis Les Blanchots Grand Cru 2019
Landed Price $162.00
Pre Arrival Price $137.50
15 bottles left
Decanter: As expected, the east facing slopes of Blanchots have added an extra zip to the palate in this Grand Cru. An elegant wine which is already drinking well, but with so much more to come. White-clay is interspersed here with blue--clay, adding to the mineral flavours and creating a Grand Cru with great finesse. Highly successful in 2019. Bichot's investment at Long-Depaquit is certainly paying off. Drinking Window 2022 - 2032. 95 Points
Jasper Morris MW: Pale lemon with a hint of green, certainly a lively colour. White fruit, but not flowers, the oak regime is similar to the other wines whereas I might be tempted to use less. I like however the elegance of correctly, but not obstreperously, ripe fruit, and this is certainly very persistent. Indeed the aftertaste is drawn out by a good level of acidity. 92 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: 1.5 hectares from the end of the valley, near the trees, almost always harvested 1 week after Les Clos.
A welcoming, comforting almost comfy nose – but still with a freshness. Richer, super texture but mineral, fresh and mouthwatering – all perfectly in balance. Maybe not quite a great grand cru – but certainly a very excellent grand cru in 2019!
Chablis Les Preuses Grand Cru 2019
Landed Price $165.00
Pre Arrival Price $140.00
12 bottles left
Burghound: Ample but not dominant wood doesn't completely mask the equally exotic white and yellow orchard fruit scents that exhibit enough Chablis typicity to be persuasive. There is once again very impressive volume and mid-palate density to the long, caressing and balanced finale where a refreshing touch of bitter lemon character slowly emerges. This is a powerful Preuses that will require at least a few years to fully integrate the wood treatment and to develop more overall depth. 2021+. 94 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: A creamy accent of barrel – golden, ripe citrus fruit too. Plenty of volume – a beautiful sweeping vista of flavour. So mineral, so persistent – here the barrel is a little more of a caramel accent. That will be super – give it 5 years.
Chablis Les Vaudesirs Grand Cru 2019
Landed Price $185.00
Pre Arrival Price $157.00
28 bottles left
Jasper Morris MW: Much fuller yellow, while the bouquet has started to take on the spiciness of full ripeness, with maybe a hint of honeysuckle. This is a powerful beast, if you are a power-hound add a point or two my score. What keeps the balance is the finely judged acidity. 92 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: 2.6 hectares of 46-year-old vines. Always harvested at the same time as the Moutonne.
There’s a small floral note but this is tighter above than most, below a concentration of fruit and mineral – which needs to relax and open more. Big in the mouth – here it’s open! Lovely texture, faintly phenolic too, a richness of texture but balanced. Very good but young grand cru.
IWC 2021 Gold Medal
Chablis Les Clos Grand Cru 2019
Landed Price $185.00
Pre Arrival Price $157.00
14 bottles left
International Wine Challenge 2021: Beautiful steely lime peel on the nose, youthful and elegant. Rich and concentrated palate. Lovely lime with acidity. A beautiful wine. 95 Points and Gold Medal
Jasper Morris MW: Fullish yellow. The complex nose shows the power of the vintage, a few drier tannins behind, fair acidity. I find this backward and difficult to judge. I think the Clos character is there, but it is reticent today. The palate does deliver detail and layers of fruit though. The finish does also suggest the necessary class. Really good length here. 94 Points
Decanter: Showing more of a barrel sample nature than the Fevre wine, Bichot's Les Clos has power and richness on the palate. With a hint of toasty oak, and ripe stoned fruit characters, this will develop into a fine Grand Cru given a couple of years in bottle. There is plenty of precision here - this barrel sample doesn't quite do the wine justice but there is clearly so much to come. Drinking Window 2022 - 2030. 93 Points
Jancis Robinson: Cask sample. Intense, lightly smoky nose and convincing satin texture. A rich Chablis with some textural influences and some green-fruit character. This is clearly a Chablis Grand Cru. Notable freshness. Promisingly racy as well as showing the richness of 2019. 16.5++/20
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: 1.5 hectares worth from 2 plots.
A little oak, a little patisserie, but a flexing of muscle – still fresh – fruit too. More density – mouth-filling again – but I’ve the impression much is held at the core of this wine. The best, most open part is the finish – wide – some interesting almost mandarin fruit in the agrume mix. Tons of potential – but wait at least 3 years…
Chablis Moutonne Monopole Grand Cru 2019
Landed Price $375.00
Pre Arrival Price $320.00
24 bottles left
Decanter: Moutonne is one of Chablis' finest expressions and the 2019 will be another in a long list of memorable vintages. Although not the final bottling, it is clear that there is great power here, combined with finesse and a lightness on its feet. Savoury, umami, notes on the finish. Wood is a little evident now but will integrate beautifully once in bottle for 6-12 months. A lovely example, both powerful and restrained. Drinking Window 2022 - 2032. 95 Points
James Suckling Tasting Report: Quite exotic nose (mango!) but also with some good flinty character. This is an excellent example of a top-class Chablis from a warm vintage. The wonderful balance of richness, minerality and lively acidity makes this exciting now, but it’s also got the structure to age for a number of years. Drink or hold. 95 Points
Jasper Morris MW: Very attractive pale lemon colour. Ripe bright fruit, even, some banana in the mix. Moutonne has its own character, sensual and with a good backbone, catching the sunshine and holding it well. Acidity is certainly there and very good length. Does not lose the marine, but plays more on the flesh and the ripeness of grape than the coquillage. 94 Points
Bill Nanson, The Burgundy Report: 2.3 hectares that sits 95% in Vaudésir and 5% in Preuses. Like the previous three – this with 1/3rd or less barrel in the elevage.
Here is width, power and some floral complexity. I love the energy here – another waterfall of flavour – but flavour richness brought by concentration. Long, lingering – and with a persistent weight of flavour in the finish. Very impressed – bravo!