93 Points, Wine Advocate: "The 2014 Chablis 1er Cru Beauregard is matured partly in cement eggs and part in mostly used wood. The aromatics are not as immediate as the Côte de Jouan and this takes time to unfurl, eventually revealing lovely yellow flower aromas, hints of albumen and citrus fruit, orange blossom emerging last of all. The palate is fresh and vibrant with crisp acidity, zesty and very well poised, perhaps more tensile than the Côte de Jouan; it has a taut saline finish that lingers long in the mouth. This might well be Thomas' standout of the vintage."
Fantastic, great acid, flinty, some ripe flavors, good balance, 12.7% abv
Fantastic, great acid, flinty, some ripe flavors, good balance, 12.7% abv9.3
Owner/Winemaker Big Basin Vineyards
Awesome fresh and vibrant lunchtime bistro wine
Awesome fresh and vibrant lunchtime bistro wine9.1