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1998 Le Clos Baudoin Vouvray Aigle Blanc
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June 22, 2008
06/22/2008
by grenache12747813
Jim: grassy, mineral, acidic, alcohol, pear Michelle: dry, very tart / citrus, smells sweet (like vouvray), clean / dry finish
Enjoyed this one
09/10/2007
by pinot11739765
We're not wine buffs by any means, but we found this one to be very nice.
At last they're finding some interesting wines
05/28/2007
by harnser
FOr once this one is worth the rtip to Moore Bros. Should not dissappoint someone looking for an intresting dry wine.
Let my Vouvray Breathe
01/15/2007
by rpm_56
At first I was totally disappointed in this Vouvray. I've had some wonderful ones in the past, but on first opening (stored at 54 degrees in the wine cooler) the Aigle Blanc was a huge letdown. Very faint nose of sour peaches and not much else and a tart and metallic mouth-feel. I thought I had gotten a bad bottle or opened a cruddy $5 white. But alas, I remembered the key ingredient to discovering a wines full potential, let it breathe for at least an hour. Viola, all the difference in the world. The nose developed into a ripe, white fruit and blue stone nose, the mid palate was again tart but silky smooth with a whisper of sweetness. My wife loved it as well.
A challenging and rewarding experience
01/06/2007
by Philomathean
The fragrance and taste of this wine will resonate with those familiar with Poniatowski's older, sweeter, and lusher offerings. This one, in contrast, is tart and bone dry. Immediately out of the refigerator and bottle, it struck me as a "ghostly image" of more "substantial" brethren. However, over the course of an hour or so, the wine opened, evolved, and provided a very rewarding experience. It also proved to be an excellent accompaniment to shellfish. Well worth the effort, this is indeed a wine for wine drinkers.

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With the exception of Sancerre, which has been a hot item in the U.S. market in recent years, Loire Valley wines are among the most underappreciated of France. The wines made from vineyards alongside France's longest river are aromatic, brisk, and generally..
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Chenin Blanc, the most important white grape variety of the central Loire Valley, ranges in style from bone dry to medium sweet to staggeringly rich in appellations like Vouvray, Montlouis, Savennieres, and Coteaux de Layon. In all styles, expect high levels of acid that can provide tremendous amounts of balance to these wines...
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