91 Points Robert Parker
Projecting a more harmonious integration of oak elements and juicier, un-deflected persistence than its 2012 and 2011 counterparts, the Grossots’ 2010 Chablis Forneaux boasts a typically-Kimmeridgian combination of fusil, smoke, and chalk notes, mingled with lime and pear. Sleek and subtly leesy, this finishes with a mouthwatering lick of salt as well a fine sense of minerals shimmering beneath clear fruit. Nothing this estate has rendered in the two subsequent vintages is likely to rival this lovely wine, one that ought to show well through at least 2020.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. August, 2013