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   * **Chablis Blanchots** (8 Feb 2011): not oxidized. See 95-2000 Retrospective Tasting Notes. [Don Cornwell]   * **Chablis Blanchots** (8 Feb 2011): not oxidized. See 95-2000 Retrospective Tasting Notes. [Don Cornwell]
   * **Chablis Blanchots** (29 Jun 2011): not oxidized but disappointing for Raveneau in a great Chablis vintage. [Don Cornwell]   * **Chablis Blanchots** (29 Jun 2011): not oxidized but disappointing for Raveneau in a great Chablis vintage. [Don Cornwell]
-  * **Chablis "​Blanchot"​** (Jul. 2017 – ): btls not oxidized. Still in its adolescence. More citrus peel & fruit stones in the nose than white flowers. Charming ​to taste. From a lot of 4 purchased in Nov. 2015 from Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant (library release by the domaine).+  * **Chablis "​Blanchot"​** (Jul. 2017 – ): btls not oxidized. Still in its adolescence ​in 2017/2018; reaching its plateau in early 2020. More citrus peel & fruit stones in the nose than white flowers. Charming ​& delicious on the palate. From a lot of 4 purchased in Nov. 2015 from Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant (library release by the domaine). ​[Rayner Cheung]
   * **Chablis Butteaux** (Sep-Dec 2006): Several bottles, quite variable. 2 young and racy bottles, 3 open and soft and showing 1st signs of oxidation, 2 bottles very advanced and beginning to oxidize. (J. Gilman)   * **Chablis Butteaux** (Sep-Dec 2006): Several bottles, quite variable. 2 young and racy bottles, 3 open and soft and showing 1st signs of oxidation, 2 bottles very advanced and beginning to oxidize. (J. Gilman)
   * **Chablis Butteaux** (Oct 07 - Feb 10): Six bottles, all fresh and youthful [David Honig]   * **Chablis Butteaux** (Oct 07 - Feb 10): Six bottles, all fresh and youthful [David Honig]
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   * **Chablis "​Blanchot"​** (Feb. 2015 – Jul. 2018): 5 btls not oxidized. Still very primary & youthful in 2015; reaching its plateau of drinkability in 2018. Probably better decanted. No traces of "​2003"​ vintage traits (q.v. the comments on 2003 Vaillons). 3 btls purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer in Nov. 2013 + 2 btls purchased from Kermit Lynch in early 2015. [Rayner Cheung]   * **Chablis "​Blanchot"​** (Feb. 2015 – Jul. 2018): 5 btls not oxidized. Still very primary & youthful in 2015; reaching its plateau of drinkability in 2018. Probably better decanted. No traces of "​2003"​ vintage traits (q.v. the comments on 2003 Vaillons). 3 btls purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer in Nov. 2013 + 2 btls purchased from Kermit Lynch in early 2015. [Rayner Cheung]
   * **Chablis Clos** (Feb 2010): very 2003 but no signs of oxidation [ER]   * **Chablis Clos** (Feb 2010): very 2003 but no signs of oxidation [ER]
-  * **Chablis "​Clos"​** (Mar. 2019 – ): 1 btl not oxidized. A gem of a wine from a difficult vintage. Not as much depth or power as in better behaved ​vintages, but the sweet white flowers in the nose delicate minerality on the palate ​are all there. From a lot of 3 purchased in Apr. 2014 from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Chablis "​Clos"​** (Mar. 2019 – Apr. 2020): 3 btls not oxidized. A gem of a wine from a difficult vintage. Best decanted. Not as much depth or power as in more regular ​vintages, but there are sweet white flowers in the nose, together with delicate minerality ​& surprisingly colorful texture ​on the palate. From a lot of 3 purchased in Apr. 2014 from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer. [Rayner Cheung]
   * **Chablis Montee de Tonnerre** (Nov 8, 2009): magnum; not oxidized; very nice [Gregg Ushiroda]   * **Chablis Montee de Tonnerre** (Nov 8, 2009): magnum; not oxidized; very nice [Gregg Ushiroda]
   * **Chablis** **Montee de Tonnerre** (May 2012):no signs of oxidation, NOT very 2003 it was lean not flabby [Suzanne Camhi]   * **Chablis** **Montee de Tonnerre** (May 2012):no signs of oxidation, NOT very 2003 it was lean not flabby [Suzanne Camhi]
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   * **Chablis Valmur** (Oct 2011): A clumsy wine, but no signs of oxidation [NTyson]   * **Chablis Valmur** (Oct 2011): A clumsy wine, but no signs of oxidation [NTyson]
   * **Chablis Valmur** (April 2014): no premox but a bit too 2003 [A.Latimer]   * **Chablis Valmur** (April 2014): no premox but a bit too 2003 [A.Latimer]
-  * **Chablis "​Valmur"​** (Dec. 2016 – ): btls not oxidized. Better decanted and/or served from a glass with a wide bowl. Gorgeous. Classic Raveneau nose of sweet white flowers. No hint of "​2003"​ vintage traits (q.v. the comments on 2003 Vaillons). Precise, dry flavors on the palate. From a lot of 4 purchased in Mar. 2014 from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Chablis "​Valmur"​** (Dec. 2016 – Jan. 2020): btls not oxidized. Better decanted and/or served from a glass with a wide bowl. Gorgeous. Classic Raveneau nose of sweet white flowers. No hint of "​2003"​ vintage traits (q.v. the comments on 2003 Vaillons). Precise, dry flavors on the palate. From a lot of 4 purchased in Mar. 2014 from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer. [Rayner Cheung]
   * **Chablis Valmur** (Jun 2017): Not oxidized. Initially premox nose but blew off @ Jewel Bako [N. Lau]   * **Chablis Valmur** (Jun 2017): Not oxidized. Initially premox nose but blew off @ Jewel Bako [N. Lau]
   * **Chablis Clos** (Dec 2014): not oxidized, but quite 2003. (Adrian Latimer)   * **Chablis Clos** (Dec 2014): not oxidized, but quite 2003. (Adrian Latimer)
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