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2010 Domaine Corsin Saint-Veran Vieilles Vignes
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March 2012

Enticing aromas of white peach, pear, orange blossom, lavender and crushed stone.  Uncompromisingly dry and intense but not hard, with powerful penetrating saline minerality leavened by a repeating note of orange blossom.  Really clings to the palate on the dusty finish without leaving any impression of weight.  This will really bite into food.

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A beautiful wine
by LeHew13282949
My wife and I both loved this one. Great floral nose and juicy fruit on the palate. Stoney backbone keeping it altogether. I mention my wife because she HATES California Chards and I bought this one mainly for her more Continental taste.
Built a meal around this one
by Beach13807740
I sipped on this while grilling last night and the wine was smooth, light on its feet and very satisfying. It was flavorful in the sense I could taste the fruit and this wine's place (terroir). This may sound elementary, but the wine was not bogged down with a bunch of tropical fruit flavors & oak (and all its associated flavors). Just pure fruit and clean flavors, and the perfect weight in the mouth. This bottle more than held its own with the grilled asparagus (itself a tough match with wine), swordfish and chicken. This was one instance where my challenge was having the food measure up to the wine. I have already bought more.


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