1987 is a terribly underrated vintage for white Graves. This wine has more depth, ripeness, and complexity than either the 1989 or 1986, the two vintages that most casual observers would think to be superior. The wine is pale straw in color, with an evolved, honeyed, herb-, mineral-, and orange-scented bouquet. This medium-bodied, surprisingly soft, forward Domaine de Chevalier has excellent depth, moderate acidity, and an oaky, alcoholic finish. Anticipated maturity: Now-2003. Last tasted, 11/90.