Penultimate bottle on a case. Still immature in color, medium straw. The citrus and stone orchard fruit has rounded off. Louis Michel’s wine can be rigorous in their youth; this has a creamy refinement now. It’s layered and scallopy, infused with algae, gyokoru and hawthorn, strained through silex. A viscous yet limpid Vaillons concentration, medium-full, in filigree detail. Lapidary finish, thickly salted and long. We have discovered a handful of Chablis producers whose premier crus gain in dimension over ten years. Louis Michel is one. What a great start to the ’04’s! Fully mature; now for drinking soon. Will keep well.