The 2006 Joesph Drouhin Domaine de Vaudon Chablis had 12.5% alcohol, cost under $24, and scored a fine 16+ points on the 20-point Dionysian scale.

It was straw yellow, had a nose of wet stone, citrus, and even a hint of wild flower. It was balanced with a long after taste and an excellent sea food wine.


Served with grilled scallops, and a yellow beat salad, the mineral taste of the wine enhanced perfectly the food.

At 13 years old, it has matured with additional complexity. Chablis is often drunk on release, but they do age well.

Chablis is a clean White Burgundy. They should never show any oak, and like this one, reflect the Chardonnay grapes fro where it came. Chablis always shows the terroir too. In Vino Veritas.