Apologies in advance, I suspect you may end up reading here a few more Chablis reviews than in the past. Happily this region is really rather well priced in Australia, and the quality mostly high. As time passes, I think the styles I prefer are simply the classic styles well-made, from the Barossa to Bordeaux, right through to Chablis.
This is a particularly good example of the Côte de Lechét, which is a premier cru vineyard on the left-bank of the Serein River that is south east facing. It has aromatics of stone and a touch of nectarine. It has medium length on the palate, good purity of flavour, lovely balance, with reminders of stones, nectarine and a touch of honey. G-VG
Abv: 13%, Price: ~$40, Vendors: http://www.wine-searcher.com/, Website: http://www.bernard-defaix.com/francais/sommaire.html, Tasted: 2015