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1995 Le Clos Baudoin Vouvray Aigle Blanc
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fine stuff
04/26/2001
by rbw
body, heft, a kick in the pants for a white, with a lovely finish and nice aromas. Could hold up to a lot of different foods (pork would be wonderful).
Star from the Loire
03/18/2001
by Marc Mandeville
Light, crisp, focused & somewhat acidic (in a good way). Would stand up to your blackest of blackened fish or your lobster steamed and coated with butter. Crisp fruit nose, quite focused and delicious. NOTE: For a truly great look into the wines of Poniatowski, pick up this wine along with it's 1989 counterpart (yes, of course Moore Bros. has it). Same package, same varietal...TOTALLY DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE! The '89 is a mouth-coating, round, lush, sweeter (more res. sugar) wine. It's amazing to see what terroir can do to a wine in any given year and these two vintages are a prime example.
white salmon dinner
03/04/2001
by Jobe
mineral(limestone), dry, and acidic. Although it was a very good match, perhaps something a little less dry would be appropriate for the rich creamy flavor of the white salmon. This wine would probably be perfect for a farm raised salmon or char. It would also go well with oyster's both pacific and easten varieties. note: may go well with seared scallops as a marinade and an accompaniement.

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With the exception of Sancerre, which has been a hot item in the U.S. market in recent years, Loire Valley wines are among the most underappreciated of France. The wines made from vineyards alongside France's longest river are aromatic, brisk, and generally..
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Chenin Blanc, the most important white grape variety of the central Loire Valley, ranges in style from bone dry to medium sweet to staggeringly rich in appellations like Vouvray, Montlouis, Savennieres, and Coteaux de Layon. In all styles, expect high levels of acid that can provide tremendous amounts of balance to these wines...
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