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Domaine/Maison Louis Jadot Macon-Villages
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Best Tasting White
08/13/2010
by Sullivan13904021
Found this wine several years ago and don't drink any other white. Always buy a case at a time. Great value. But it is the taste that makes this wine.
05/23/2007
by Alchin12074880
For a non-Chardonnay drinker this is absolutly the best! Much softer and smoother than California chardonnays it is delightful and easy to drink. One I will always choose when selecting a Chardonnay.
Refreshing
02/20/2006
by Estero
A delight to the palate, light and truly refreshing.
09/12/2003
by Butler10619554
This wine is my absolute favorite. It left my mouth singing. The combination of the fruits are outstanding. For the price, this is a winner.
Great Purchase
11/21/2010
by Hanbury12420281
I agree with the other reviewers. I don't like California Chards because they are too sweet, buttery, and over-oaked. None of that here. It is clean and dry, letting the fruit come through unopposed by too much oak.
perfect summer chardonnay
07/15/2009
by Adams13448221
finally we have found a perfect summer chardonnay. it's very fresh and citrusy, no oaky flavor and a delight to sip on hot summer nights.
inarguable quality of the company’s fruit—found even in basic bottlings like Jadot’s crisp, floral, lime-inflected Mâcon-Villages.
12/10/2007
by b12514885
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The Best "Bottom Feeder!"
11/09/2006
by Thumper 12141604
Working my way up the price scale of the various M-V offerings, I found this $10.49 wine to be the first one good enough to be a daily sipper. The lessor costly M-V's all had major fatal flaws including an off-putting "green stick" essence. Served chilled, this soundly structured wine will pair nicely with most cheeses, light fare and seafood dishes.
Really enjoyable French Chardonnay for a good price
03/20/2006
by Wine11915857
We really enjoyed this wine; hints of pear/apple evident at the finish. Worth checking out.
11/30/2005
by YankeeWineGuy
This was a very un-pretentious wine. Full of fruit, but not sweet. No oak to muddle the taste. Really refreshing.

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