Pale in color with a mild apple/pear nose. On the mid palate the wine displays some nice vibrant fruit, apple and pear to match the nose. On the light finish … ah there just isn’t much. The LCBO describe it as light and crisp. I’m sorry, for $32.95 I expect something more than light and crisp. This is at best a lightly oaked chard. Louis Jadot is long known as a negoticient (meaning they buy grapes from other growers) and the web site is little help as to where the source of these grapes are. The best you can glean from the winery’s web site is “This wine is fermented in vats and then aged in the Louis Jadot cellars between 9-12 months before bottling.” I would give this an 87+. If you have lots of money to burn … ya go out and grab this wine, otherwise … PASS.
From the LCBO web site Check stock:
Louis Jadot Chablis 2015 — VINTAGES#: 468751
STYLE – Light & Crisp
Ripe, juicy apple compote nose. A broad attack, full of fruit and a good underlying acidity. Concentrated for a village wine, with a zesty white-pepper finish. Quite long. Drinking Window: 2017-2020. Score – 90. (Stephen Brook, decanter.com, Dec. 31, 2016)
Release Date:April 14, 2018
Alcohol/Vol 12.5% Made in: Burgundy, France By: Maison Louis Jadot Sugar Content:2 g/L Sweetness