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2009 Verget Corton-Charlemagne
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2011

Bright pale-medium yellow.  White peach and clove on the nose.  Silky but quite firm on entry, with a distinctly cool aspect to the lemon, lime and spice flavors.  Distinctly subdued today; doesn't quite expand or come alive in the mouth.  This was not vinified by Verget; it's from wine purchased in January of 2010.  Finishes with a note of crushed stone.

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