Clos Ressier Puilly Fuisse 2007
Big, full bodied, round and lovely. Dry, with plenty of fruit in the form of pear, lemon and honey. Oak-free aging allows this wine to stay true to its classic Chardonnay grape with great balance and ripe character.Add winemaker's notes
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Big, full bodied, round and lovely. Dry, with plenty of fruit in the form of pear, lemon and honey. Oak-free aging allows this wine to stay true to its classic Chardonnay grape with great balance and ripe character.
From one of the warmest, most southern parts of Chardonnay producing Burgundy, Pouilly-Fuissé tends toward lusher fruits, with full body and light toast. Nice balance of fruit, mineral and refreshing acidity, with silky, creamed pear texture and a clean, citrus brightened finish.
Pleasant grapey scent; dry, soft; has a buttery feel in the mouth and a touch of lingering sweetness.
A lovely Burgundy and a great price. Flavors of nutmeg and banana are dominant in this lighter-styled Pouilly-Fuissé that finishes with a taste of toasty oak.
Flavors of creamy peach and pear, with just a hint of flint and toastiness on the finish, make this wine a perennial favorite from vintage to vintage.
With flavors of luscious pear and melon, this perennial favorite still has its trademark hints of flint and toasty oak on its long finish. The wine is vinified in stainless steel and bottled with no oak aging. Serve well-chilled as a delightful aperitif or with seafood and salads.
Medium-full in body, this powerful Chardonnay displays green apples, dried apricots, and savory lemon with a soothing note of oak. Pair it with tarragon-roasted chicken or vichyssoise.
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