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2007 Chateau Fuisse Pouilly-Fuisse Le Clos
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About Chateau Fuisse

Founded in 1604 in Fuisse, the eponymous chateau has extended its holdings throughout the years to include 80 acres of of Chardonnay vines throughout Pouilly-Fuisse, Saint Veran, Macon-Villages and Macon-Fuissé. The domaine has belonged to the Vincent family since 1862.

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2007 Chateau Fuisse Pouilly-Fuisse Le Clos

Producer: Chateau Fuisse
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: Macon

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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July 2009

($57) Pale yellow-gold. Peppery citrus and quince on the nose, plus strong notes of brown butter, anise and oak spice. Rich, fleshy orchard fruit flavors display very good depth, with complicating notes of clove, mace and vanilla. Showing the wood today but there's plenty of rich fruit to handle it.

89 Points | Wine Spectator

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About Burgundy

The finest red and white wines of Burgundy set the standard for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. At their best, Burgundy wines are the world's most aromatically complex, silky, and seductive wines, thanks to their ineffable combination of fruits, flowers, minerals, and earth, and their ability to project flavor authority without excess weight. But first-rate Burgundies are produced in limited quantities. Burgundy is a minefield for the...
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Chardonnay

The best Chardonnays in the world continue to arrive from the region where the grape first emerged: the chalk, clay, and limestone vineyards of Burgundy and Chablis. While the origins of the grape were disputed for many years, with some speculating that the grape came all the way from the Middle East, DNA researchers at the University of California-Davis proved in 1999 that Chardonnay actually developed...
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