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adrian [‍‍‍2008]
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   * Vintage 2006: Along with sister-estate Bouchard has state of the art bottling line that excludes oxygen. Goal for free SO2 at bottling is 40 ppm.   * Vintage 2006: Along with sister-estate Bouchard has state of the art bottling line that excludes oxygen. Goal for free SO2 at bottling is 40 ppm.
   * Vintage 2007: Along with Bouchard, now uses only unbleached corks coated with paraffin only (no silicone). For the petit chablis, village chablis and all 375 ml bottlings regardless of level they are now using a "high quality synthetic cork" (diam)   * Vintage 2007: Along with Bouchard, now uses only unbleached corks coated with paraffin only (no silicone). For the petit chablis, village chablis and all 375 ml bottlings regardless of level they are now using a "high quality synthetic cork" (diam)
-  * Vintage 2009: Along with sister winery Bouchard, has now eliminated natural cork closures ​and is using DIAM exclusively.+  * Vintage 2009: All wines switched to DIAM closures ​except for grand crus. 
 +  * Vintage 2010: All wines (including grand crus) bottled under DIAM.
 ====== ‍‍‍Wines ====== ====== ‍‍‍Wines ======
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   * **Chablis Montee de Tonnerre** (June & July 2010): not oxidized, very good for 03 [Adrian Latimer]   * **Chablis Montee de Tonnerre** (June & July 2010): not oxidized, very good for 03 [Adrian Latimer]
   * **Chablis Vaudesir** (17 Jan 2010): BADLY oxidized; possibly questionable provenance too. [David McMahon]   * **Chablis Vaudesir** (17 Jan 2010): BADLY oxidized; possibly questionable provenance too. [David McMahon]
-===== ‍‍‍**2004** =====+=====2004=====
  
   * **Chablis Bougros** (July 2011): Advanced (Daniel Posner)   * **Chablis Bougros** (July 2011): Advanced (Daniel Posner)
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   * **Chablis Vaudesir** (August 2019): totally oxidized, dead [Adrian Latimer]   * **Chablis Vaudesir** (August 2019): totally oxidized, dead [Adrian Latimer]
   * **Chablis Preuses** (August 2019): good, young, austere [Adrian Latimer]   * **Chablis Preuses** (August 2019): good, young, austere [Adrian Latimer]
 +  *  **Chablis Bougros Cote Bougerots** ( March 2020) oxidised [Adrian Latimer]
  
  
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   * **Chablis Vaulorent** (Aug 2014): Not oxidized [R Younger]   * **Chablis Vaulorent** (Aug 2014): Not oxidized [R Younger]
   * **Chablis Le Lys** (September 2014): not oxidized. Very powerful nose. (Christian Seger)   * **Chablis Le Lys** (September 2014): not oxidized. Very powerful nose. (Christian Seger)
 +  * **Chablis Valmur/​Preuses/​Bourgos Cote B** (April 2020): no pox, young and quite austere for 09s (Adrian Latimer)
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 ==== ‍‍‍**2010** ==== ==== ‍‍‍**2010** ====
  
   * **Chablis Bougros** (Oct 2015): not oxidized, young, very fine [Adrian Latimer]   * **Chablis Bougros** (Oct 2015): not oxidized, young, very fine [Adrian Latimer]
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 +==== ‍‍‍**2011** ====
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 +  * **Chablis Mt de Milieu** (Mar 2020): not oxidized, austere [Adrian Latimer]
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 +==== ‍‍‍**2012** ====
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 +  * **Chablis Fourchaume** (Nov 2019): not oxidized, bit austere still [Adrian Latimer]
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