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Robert Parker Perhaps the finest white wine yet produced by Mouton Rothschild, this 2005 offers lovely notes of honeysuckle, tropical fruits, crushed rocks, and subtle wood. It is a delicious generic Bordeaux to consume over the next 4-5 years.
Lisa Perrotti-Brown (Dec 18) Drink date 2019-2029 The Carbonnieux 2016 Blanc features fresh white peaches, Bosc pears and honeysuckle with touches of lemongrass and yuzu. Medium-bodied, refreshing and with a lovely intensity of apple and pears layers, it finishes on a mineral note.
Robert Parker (Apr 2010) Tasted at the UGC in London. Ripe nose with lime, gooseberry and a touch of cut grass: good definition and lift. The palate is ripe and full of grapefruit, lime and gooseberry notes, but just lacking some tension towards the finish. This should be better considering that
Chanteloiseau blanc is from Graves
Lisa Perrotti-Brown (Dec 2018) The 2016 Lune d'Or opens with apple tart and pear notes with nuances of lime leaves, chalk dust and coriander seed. Medium-bodied, the palate delivers bags of zesty citrus fruits with great freshness and a chalky finish.
fine blanc wine from bordeaux
A Bordeaux Blanc Wine (not sweet)
Neal Martin (Jun 2016) The 2007 Domaine de Chevalier Blanc has long been an exemplary white Bordeaux. Now, as it approaches double figures, it continues to give immense pleasure. Initially, the bouquet is not dissimilar to the previous bottle in 2011 with grapefruit, wet gravel and fresh Granny Smith apples, developing
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