Domaine Servin is one of the largest owners-growers in Chablis, and we have been longtime fans of their wines. Les Pargues is their largest holding, and it sits just between the Premier Crus of Montmains and Vosgros. Proprietor Francois Servin is lobbying hard to get Les Pargues elevated to Cru status.
After tasting this wine, we can see why he's pursuing that endeavor. Grown in the same limestone-rich, Kimmeridgian soils that Chablis is famous for, Servin's 2021 Les Pargues totally drinks like a Premier Cru. Both Allen Meadows of Burghound and William Kelley of Robert Parker's Wine Advocate loved it too -- see snippets of their reviews below.
- It's the best vintage of this wine we can remember tasting. It pours a golden, greenish hue and offers up classic and concentrated aromas and flavors of pear, apple, lemon, and chalk.
- Chablis is the antithesis of of creamy, butter, and oaky California Chardonnay. It is the "muse" by which all "no-oak" Chardonnays are inspired by.
- William Kelley said the "2021 Chablis Les Pargues has turned out very well" and that "it will delight classicists."
- Allen Meadows loved it just as much, saying it possessed "rich and seductively-textured, medium-weight flavors that flash good power on the sappy and notably more complex finale. This is very good for its level and worth your consideration.
- Our pricing is really good on bottle 1 and even better on your solid six-pack. Feel free to fact check us there....
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