We went through 2 bottles in as many days. Everyone wanted more.
A memorable journey
Do not chill this wine. We like it at 55. This wine has superb bouquet that would be lost in chilling. It also has good fullness on the palate and crisp pleasant finish. It's Complexity is a journey that is memorable after the finish has cleanly departed.
Great price/value. I'll buy Bonhomme again. Thank you wineaccess.
Nice intensity and flavors for a Macon Villages. Complexity of a wine at 2 or 3 times the price.
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More than I bargained for.
Rich, round and pretty luscious.
Bonhomme is a good man
Anxious to open this based on the Vire-Clesse Vielles Vignes experience that was magical. This Macon is simpler; at first it seemed a little timid, but opened up over time; pale straw color, attractive sweet, floral nose without notable accents; on the palate surprisingly lush considering the modest beginning, crisp orchard fruit, underlying minerality of course, but lusher than I anticipated
Nice crisp taste, not overly oakey.
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