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2010 Domaine Andre Bonhomme Vire-Clesse
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fabulous nose and palate
09/21/2014
by Astumian10580638
really good white burgundy, rather sweet with honey, apple, and licorice. Great volatile aromatics, I know this won't sound appealing, but the bouquet is reminiscent of boot blacking polish I used in the army?! I really do mean this as a positive comment. Not as elegant or subtle as the 2008, but still amazingly good.
Supurb for the money
05/29/2014
by Walker14059340
This was a top-off....after enjoying this classic....why did I not buy a case. Too late for me. Fabulous.
Beautiful White Burgunday!
02/04/2014
by Fannin10580945
Lovely rich golden in the glass. Excellent nose of apple, pear and bitter honey. Wonderful fruit on the palate and excellent minerality on the LONG finish. Just beautiful! I only have one case of this, and I need to be very patient with it. I think it has a long term story to tell. Don't drink it too cold!

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