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2009 Domaine Corsin Saint-Veran Vieilles Vignes
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90 Points | International Wine Cellar , August 2009

Straw-yellow color.  Compellingly ripe yet subtle aromas of apricot, peach pit, pear and spicy vanillin oak, lifted by a note of orange blossom.  Dense and broad on the palate, with noteworthy richness and depth.  Serious, broad and very fresh for this warm year, but with stony minerality giving lift to the flavors and grip to the lingering finish.

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The way chardonnay...
05/12/2011
by cas47
should taste. Fruit is pure and focused. California needs to take notice of these type of whites. I just bought another case.
Incredible
05/12/2011
by ml12577488
Now my #1 estate in Burgundy. This is even for lovers of California chardonnay. You will not get tired of this wine and it does not run you the price of a Puligny or even a Meursault. Downright delightful.
A winning Chardonnay
05/25/2012
by Hill11250410
This delightful wine is what I want in a chardonnay. Immediately drinkable and a good dinner wine.

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