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A very pleasant sipping wine, with the typical lychee on the nose, and a comfortable sweetness on the palate. Read more
A delicious lively fruity white wine that is a pleasure to drink with a lingering finish that leaves a smile on the face and a great buy as well at... Read more
Fruit on nose and body, mainly pear. Unexpected smokiness on nose as well. A little different, but liked it. Read more
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A very pleasant sipping wine, with the typical lychee on the nose, and a comfortable sweetness on the palate.
A delicious lively fruity white wine that is a pleasure to drink with a lingering finish that leaves a smile on the face and a great buy as well at $9.99 that causes the smile to broaden a bit.
Fruit on nose and body, mainly pear. Unexpected smokiness on nose as well. A little different, but liked it.
One of my favorites, very good with spicy foods. I like it really cold. Great for summers in Texas. Good with Tex-Mex foods.
External Reviews for Hogue Cellars Fumé Blanc Columbia Valley
Crisp, herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc from the Pacific Northwest. Always delicious, always a value…a perennial best buy!
Clean as a freshwater spring, this white is slate-mineral at its core, ringed by a honeyed peach nectar at the edges. It finishes tight, with that honeyed buzz that will smoke up roast pork.
Soft in texture, with pretty orange, pear and lychee flavors, lingering quietly. Drink now.
Soft and spicy, offering cinnamon, clove, lychee and pear flavors that glide easily through a charming, lightly sweet finish. Drink now.
This is off-dry, roughly 2% residual sugar, and it nicely balances the sugar and the acids, using the floral and spicy character of the grape to fill out the middle. It's a pretty wine, fruity with peach, melon and grapefruit.
Very fine, full and fruity, this is a remarkably flavorful wine. It captures just a hint of the floral/soapy side of the grape, but brings in delicious fruit flavors of peach and pear and melon and more, a luscious mix that continues to resonate right on through a powerful finish. It's just slightly off-dry, but not really sweet.
Neat new red label for Hogue, and a further extension of their fruit-forward style. A lush, broad, accessible wine with tropical fruits displayed against a sweet, lightly spicy backdrop.
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