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2010 Morlet Family Vineyards La Proportion Doree White Wine Sonoma County
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93 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2012

(64% semillon, 34% sauvignon blanc and 2% muscadet):  Pale, bright gold.  Captivating, sauvignon-dominated aromas of juniper berry, oyster shell and honeysuckle, plus a light fusel quality.  Very ripe and honeyed; in fact, almost chardonnay-like in its richness and texture.  But still quite primary today, combining the phenolic qualities of semillon with the acid zest from the sauvignon blanc.  Finishes broad, lush and very dry, with excellent subtle length.  Morlet suggests pairing this wine with foie gras or sea urchin.

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Beautiful White
by re13691121
Silky on the tongue, incredibly long, lingering finish. One of the three best whites I have had the pleasure of tasting.
by Robertson13588082
top producer, crisp and refreshing


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