There is a lovely touch of mineral reduction to the pear, wax and tidal pool suffused nose. This is also agreeably racy and intense with fine detail to the lightly mineral-inflected middle weight flavors that conclude in a balanced, saline and moderately dry finish. A quality villages. 88 points, Burghound
This classic unwooded Chablis is a light, bright shade of yellow and loaded with chalky, tangy mineral aromas, turning crisp and delicate in the mouth with mineral purity and no sign of oak or other artefacts. It is dry and refreshing. Now to 2020. 90 points, Huon Hooke, Sydney Morning Herald, 3 June 2014.
The Fevre family have been vignerons in Chablis for more than 250 years; however Domaine William Fevre was only formally established in the 1950’s. The initial vineyard was just 7 ha, however in the intervening years the domaine has significantly expanded their holdings and are now one of the largest owners of vineyards in Chablis with holdings of 51 hectares; of which 15.9 are classified as Premier Cru and 15.2 Grand Cru. Many of the vineyards are on the famous Kimmeridgian clays, with alternating marl and marly limestone, which endows the wines with a distinctive mineral character. Fevre have 90 different plots of vineyards farmed along organic principles. The wines made under the William Fevre label include six Grand Cru Chablis, eight Premier Crus, village Chablis and a Petit Chablis.