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2010 Domaine Jean-Marc Pillot Puligny-Montrachet Les Noyers Brets
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About Domaine Jean-Marc Pillot

With vineyard holdings in Chassagne as well as throughout the southern tier of the Côte de Beaune, Domaine Jean Marc-Pillot has been a consistently excellent source (especially since the late 1990s) for concentrated, full-flavored wines notable for their abundant fruit and complex soil tones.

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2010 Domaine Jean-Marc Pillot Puligny-Montrachet Les Noyers Brets

Producer: Domaine Jean-Marc Pillot
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Chardonnay
Origin: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: Cote de Beaune

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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2012

Pale, bright yellow.  White peach, minerals and gingerbread on the sexy nose.  At once rich and dry, with a strong saline minerality giving a lipsmacking freshness to the lemony fruit.  This very smooth, fine-grained wine finishes dry, subtle and quite long, with a flavor of underripe pineapple lingering on the aftertaste.  An excellent village wine.

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