91 Points Robert Parker
Grapefruit and white currant convey to the Long-Depaquit 2008 Chablis La Moutonne a vintage-typical visage as well as refreshing primary fruit. Saline, chalky, and quite firm on the palate, this is impressive in a rather stern way, and while persistent, isn’t willing to bend. There is handsomeness to its leanness as well as formidably high energy to its finish; and this grand cru certainly doesn’t suffer any lack of mouth-watering, ripe acidity. Hopefully, the pieces just need more time to entirely come together, and will merit following for a decade. That said, tasted alongside the 2007 rendition it displays significantly more complexity.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. October, 2010