The Domaine Louis Moreau tends not to use too much wood or not at all on their wines, giving a true expression of the terroir of Chablis. Minerality and fruit are in my opinion the pleasures we should look for when drinking wines of that sub region in the 1er Cru level. But when very well made, the wines have also a good structure and some roundness, typical of Burgundy Chardonnays.
The nose on the Fourneaux 2005 is delicate with white flowers aromas. The palate is mineral with citrus and peach flavors dominating. The wine is not shy at all and develop a solid structure on the mid palate with the slight roundness expected at this level. The finish is slightly short. A wine well made to enjoy now. QC