"Here there is plenty of sauvignon blanc character with its lemon grass character. There is a lovely mouth feel to the vibrant and intense flavors that exude a fine minerality on the delicious finish. I very much like the fruit-acid balance and this is really quite good for the appellation. 87 points" - Allen Meadows' The Burghound, Issue 52
"This is one my favourite new discoveries from my last trip to The Loire/Chablis. The village of Saint Bris le Vineux is in the valley of the Yonne River located between Auxerre and Chablis. This tiny appelation is no more than 100 hectares, and the grape variety used here is Sauvignon Blanc, making it quite unique as it's technically the only appellation Burgundy where you can grow Sauvignon Blanc. The wine produced here is pretty much what you'd expect from a Sauvignon Blanc that's basically grown in Chablis; it has fresh acid and loads of mineral tones coupled with lots of fresh fruit and grassy/herby tones. This is definitely a refreshing wine with great texture and intensity that is great with shell fish or goat cheese."
- Tasted by Jon Ellison, Marquis Wine Cellars