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2008 Chateau Genot-Boulanger Mercurey Les Bacs
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87 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2010

($25) Pale straw-gold color. Aromas of pear, mirabelle, acacia flower and dusty herbs. Sweet yellow fruits and flowers in the mouth, with firm acidity giving freshness to the middle palate but turning a bit tart on the end. On the lean side but nicely aromatic. Finishes with good mineral grip. Aged in used barrels.

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