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2007 Domaine Andre Bonhomme Vire-Clesse
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - December 2010

Pale gold. Sexy aromas of orange blossom and ripe pear, lifted by a floral topnote. More tactile in the mouth than the nose suggests, but with strong minerality giving the wine a weightless quality and captivating inner-mouth perfume. Very concentrated, brisk and refreshing chardonnay: you won't find this style in California! The elegant finish features notes of menthol and crushed stone. There's no rush to drink this.

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by bordeaux13920247
About as elegant as they come. Very refined taste & feel, medium-light body, just barely oaked (enough to take off the taste of naked chardonnay but not enough to make it buttery - very nicely balanced.) Had with goat cheese & stoned wheat crackers before a meal of grilled salmon which we paired with an Oregon Pinot Gris.
Superb Macon
by Dunne13691673
Initially light but solid lemony flavor. Rather acidic-very pleasantly so. Then in the aftertaste crushed stone hints. Went wonderfully with Cornish Game hens-roasted. Refreshing.
Excellent wine, excellent value
by Fox13091544

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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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