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Domaine Patrick Javillier Bourgogne Blanc Cuvee des Forgets
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Wonderful chardonnay
by Sasha
A wonderful French unbaked Chardonnay. Smooth and flavorful, buttery. No oak. We loved this with a buttery, lemon sautéed fish dish.
Young but still very good, balance harmonious.****
by Benton13515129
This is the 2007,nose of pears light orange blossom.this wine has flavors of{Elegant,pear,mineral,citrus,light spices+creamy,very light buttery,Medium-bodied}This wine also has a very nice floral uplift on the finish.Must decant wine for 2 to 3 hours, + do not drink cold will be harsh,this wine was made for ROOM tempeture say 64/F to 73/F to get most FLAVORS from wine,the cold hides the FLAVORS.This wine will better with TIME in the bottle 2011 to 2014.White wine tasting sheet score= 91.8 ? Thank You,Patrick Javillier for this delicious wine.
2007 a good purchase
by shoemaker13793954
I picked-up a bottle of the 2007 Javillier Bourgogne blanc and liked it but tasted more like a savignon blanc, not chardonnay. Light and clean it offers refreshing notes of citrus and grapefruit....nothing complex here so 3 stars...not sure what year RP was rating a 90.


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