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2010 Maison Deux Montille Soeur et Frere Meursault Les Boucheres
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89-92 Points | International Wine Cellar , September/October 2011

Very pale green-yellow.  Spices, peppery herbs and a whiff of snap pea on the nose; reminded me of gruner veltliner.  Chewy and rich but refreshingly cool for Boucheres, offering flavors of apple, spices and herbs.  Finishes dry in a positive way, with a steely note.  Still, this nicely balanced wine comes across as rather open-knit and lower in acidity than the Poruzots.

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