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2011 Domaine Alain Voge Saint-Peray Fleur de Crussol
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93 Points | International Wine Cellar , March/April 2013

Bright, green-tinged yellow.  Fresh peach, pear and anise scents, with exotic hints of mango and vanilla.  Light on its feet but quite concentrated, offering mineral-accented orchard fruit and lemon curd flavors and a touch of sweet butter.  Clings impressively on the finish, which shows subtle herb and floral character.  I've seen this bottling age effortlessly in years inferior to 2010 so I'd suggest stashing this one away for at least another six or seven years.

92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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