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2011 Domaine Corsin Saint-Veran Vieilles Vignes
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Oh my!
04/25/2013
by Fannin10580945
This is really nice! And, it is just as described, except I think there is a little lemon zest on the nose. I had been holding this, but when redux hit this morning and I was able to snag another case I decided to open one. Delicious, especially for the money. It will be very hard not to drink this up too soon.
Delicious & Superb Value!
03/09/2013
by Jordan13628489
Wanted to buy more, but you had a 1-case limit... Tastes like a $80+ Montrachet for 1/4 the price!
Puliny-Montrachet like
02/08/2013
by Seider14108251
Bought a case wish I got four. An unbelievable find.
03/25/2013
by Albarino10828414
Probably the best Saint-Veran I've ever tasted. It's still young but I don't think my bottles will last the summer, so cellaring is kind of moot for me. I disagree with the Puligny Montrachet guy; it's closer to warm vintage, high-end Chablis rather than a PM. Standout juice, and very worth the price. Thank you.

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