Every now and then I have to have a Chablis. When (not if, mind you, but when) I win the lottery, Chablis will be my everyday white. Not one that's easy enough to drink every day, but a wine that I must have every day. This one from the Boudin family, who own some of the oldest vines in the appellation of Chablis, is noticeably a bit richer than typical Chablis. But just a bit. Complex, but still Chablis clean, it teases with green apple, lime and citrus as well as warm, ripe stone fruits, almost moving into tropical aromas. Enjoy as an apéritif or as an accompaniment to seafood. It’s drinking well now but could cellar for a few years (like that would ever happen). Every now and then I need to be reminded what to look forward to!