Dear Wine Lover,
The 2015 Domaine de Chevalier Blanc made by Domaine de Chevalier is the most magnificent white from this world-class producer in Pessac to date. Scored with 98 points by James Suckling and 19 points by René Gabriel it is for both wine critics the best white wine of the great 2015 Bordeaux vintage. We only have 5 cases left and as you like some good Bordeaux whites this is exactly what you need in your cellar. And I am quite sure you still dont own this, so this is your last chance
This blend of 75% Sauvignon Blanc and 25% Semillon is a no brainer! Domaine de Chevalier is known since decades for producing stratospheric whites, but this 2015 really subclasses all other vintages produced to date. Absolutely Phenomenal was the comment of René Gabriel, Instantly impressive according to James Suckling!
What else should we add? Ah yess
. Checking all scores for other Bordeaux whites in 2015 I found out that Domaine de Chevalier is the best white wine of the vintage for both James Suckling and René Gabriel: Same rating as LMHB and Pape Clement Blanc and even scored higher than HBB 2015, the most expensive Bordeaux white which costs 9 times Domaine de Chevalier.
|2015 White Bordeaux
||CHF p/btl Vat excl.
|Haut Brion Blanc
|La Mission Haut Brion Blanc
|Pape Clement Blanc
|Domaine de Chevalier
We are pleased to offer you the last quantities as follows:
75.0 cl Domaine de Chevalier Blanc - Graves, Pessac-Léognan 2015
CHF 95.00 (CHF 102.30 Vat incl.)
Half bottles at CHF 52.00 (CHF 56.00 Vat incl.)
Magnums at CHF 210.00 (CHF 226.15 Vat incl.)
75% Sauvignon Blanc and 25% Semillon
Rene Gabriel 19 Points: Absolut grossartig war der Domaine de Chevalier mit seinen Pfirsich- und Lindenblütennoten
James Suckling 98 Points: Instantly impressive nose with pristine lemons and limes as well as subtly flinty, reductive notes. The palate has power and direction, not to mention impressive yeast lees influence and perfectly integrated oak. Power, impressive tension and length. Drink this young or with some considerable age. It will deliver at both ends.