Another terrific 2004 premier cru Chablis from Verget. This had crisp fruit, minerality, vibrancy, and length. Delicious. There's very little that ranks with a great Chablis in the white wine world.
Eye: Almost luminescent, light brassy gold with a slight lime glint.
Nose: Intense scents of lemon-lime fruit and slightly smoky, limestoney minerals.
Mouth: Soft yet focused and intense. Flavors change from moment-to-moment: crisp Chardonnay grapes with a squeeze of lemon and lime juice, intense and slightly salty, bright powdered stone flavors, and ultimately ending with a bone dry yet caramelly note. Longgggg finish.
Cellar or drink? Like most classic Chablis, this could keep, and possibly even improve, in a cool cellar for a few more years.
Price/store: $44 at Spec's on Smith, and worth it.
(Sorry -- picture of 2002 vintage)