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Lillet Blanc 2009

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A traditional aperitif from the village of Podensac, Lillet is a blend of white wine, brandy, fruits and herbs. It is served chilled on ice with a twist of orange or lime.<br/><br/>

Region: France

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Winery: Lillet
Color: White
Variety: Aperitif
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Snooth User: aarthib
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3.50 5
Vintage: NV 01/29/2010

Three and a half glasses


External Reviews for Lillet Blanc

External Review
Source: eVintner Wines and Spirits
02/27/2013

Golden,orange and citrus scent.Honeyed flavor with a dry, faintly spiced finish.


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
01/03/2013

Lillet Blanc is a medium color white wine, made from sauvignon blanc and semillon grapes. that noses of honey and orange and a hint of mint. While the nose may lead you to expect a sweet dessert wine taste, in fact Lillet Blanc with taste and a firm bitterness, which suddenly diminishes, leaving a lingering trace of orange, honey and bitterness on the palate. (Rating ****1/4) Alcoholreviews.com


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Source: Luxurious Drinks
03/08/2014

Lillet Blanc is a fruity wine aperitif from Podensac in the Bordeaux region and named after the founders of the brothers Lillet. From 1855, this liason of wines from the Bordelais, eg made of wood bearing fruit liqueurs, herbal extracts and citrus (swe


External Review
Source: Luxurious Drinks
10/22/2014

Lillet Blanc is a fruity wine aperitif from Podensac in the Bordeaux region and named after the founders of the brothers Lillet. From 1855, this liason of wines from the Bordelais, eg made of wood bearing fruit liqueurs, herbal extracts and citrus (sweet,


External Review
Source: Luxurious Drinks
10/11/2012

Lillet Blanc is a fruity wine aperitif from Podensac in the Bordeaux region and named after the founders of the brothers Lillet. From 1855, this liason of wines from the Bordelais, eg made ​​of wood bearing fruit liqueurs, herbal extracts and citrus ...


External Review
Source: Luxurious Drinks
08/18/2012

Vodka


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
03/22/2012

Straw yellow, white wine appearance. Perfumey, but gentle, bouquet offers hints of quinine, minerals, wine and citrus. Tart and acidic at palate entry; midpalate is clean, fresh, dry, winey, mildly citrusy and spicy. Aftertaste is brief, refreshing and squeaky clean. Elegant and sophisticated. Best Buy. Very Good/Recommended.


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A traditional aperitif from the village of Podensac, Lillet is a blend of white wine, brandy, fruits and herbs. It is served chilled on ice with a twist of orange or lime.<br/><br/>

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