La Chablisienne continue to produce very good, reasonably priced Chablis wines. Côte de Léchet is a south-east facing premier cru vineyard and its wines are typically considered more austere in character as a consequence. In the glass, the 2016 has firm aromatics of stones and lemon. The palate is medium bodied, with good acidity. This wine is approachable and enjoyable now, but will benefit from 3 to 4 years in the cellar. Rating: Very Good. Abv: 13%. Price: $45. Website: http://chablisienne.com/en/home/. Reviewed: September 2019.
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