In this case the wine was a premier cru, Montmains, from the 2010 vintage. Two days later we opened the bottle with some seafood. Bright lively color and a somewhat reserved aroma filled the glass. There was the tartness up front and a mellowness in the middle and that unmistakable minerality of limestone in the finish. The body on this wine was a wee bit more full than I am used to and there was a light noticeable flavor of oak. Delicious wine that I'm happy to have found, but not my favorite Chablis.
2010 La Chablisienne Montmains premier cru. $25 and 13% alcohol.