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Bonnet-Huteau Muscadet de Sevre et Maine Sur Lie les Dabinieres 2009

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91 points David Schildknecht (Wine Advocate): ...demurely scented with under-ripe honeydew melon, white peach, fresh lemon, clover, and a hint of chalk dust. Soft in feel and expansive on the palate for its genre, yet tingling in its bright citricity, it offers generous refreshment. The strong personality of this cuvee comes in its terrifically long, animating finish, with saliva-inducing salinity and citric juiciness; suggestions of fresh white peach and nut oils; and tactile sense of somehow crystalline mineral impingement, all of which put me in mind a bit of a Wachau Riesling from similarly degraded, sand-like mica-schist or igneous stone. This beauty should be worth following for at least 2-3 years. (Aug 2010)

Region: France » Loire » Pays Nantais » Muscadet

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Snooth User: staceybrick
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3.50 5
06/14/2011

Loaded with citrus and a mineral quality but subtle and soft on the palate. With with a nice balance in acidity


Snooth User: pawel manu
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4.00 5
08/15/2011

very fruity although not too sweet



91 points David Schildknecht (Wine Advocate): ...demurely scented with under-ripe honeydew melon, white peach, fresh lemon, clover, and a hint of chalk dust. Soft in feel and expansive on the palate for its genre, yet tingling in its bright citricity, it offers generous refreshment. The strong personality of this cuvee comes in its terrifically long, animating finish, with saliva-inducing salinity and citric juiciness; suggestions of fresh white peach and nut oils; and tactile sense of somehow crystalline mineral impingement, all of which put me in mind a bit of a Wachau Riesling from similarly degraded, sand-like mica-schist or igneous stone. This beauty should be worth following for at least 2-3 years. (Aug 2010)

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