J. Bouchon Sauvignon Blanc Valle del Maule 2011

Member Review by melissamunroe:

2009 Sauvignon Blanc Estate J. Bouchon from Chile Friday, September 3rd, 2010 - Alana 40th bday dinner At Dimmi Restaurant in Yorkville. Tasted this delicious white wine and fell immediately for it's refreshingly crisp notes that offer citrus and tropical fruit flavors with very aromatic notes of green chilies, grass, herbs, asparagus and gooseberries commonly contributing to the bouquet. *** I learned from web research that Sauvignon Blanc is generally un-oaked allowing the fruit to shine and highlighting the delicacy of the grape. I'm definitely going to put an order and buy a case of this delicious wine at the LCBO. Read more: http://www.snooth.com/wine/j-bouchon-sauvignon-blanc/#ixzz0yX6BA29C

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J. Bouchon:
A winery without a past is like a wine without character. At J. Bouchon, above all else, we believe in tradition and quality. Our history goes a long way back - to 1892 - when Emile Bouchon, a native from Bordeaux (France) arrived in Chile and settled down in the Maule Valley, south of Santiago. Julio Bouchon S., the current president and owner, is an Agronomist that graduated at the University of Chile and holds an Enologist degree from the University of Bordeaux.

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Snooth User: melissamunroe
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09/05/2010

2009 Sauvignon Blanc Estate J. Bouchon from Chile Friday, September 3rd, 2010 - Alana 40th bday dinner At Dimmi Restaurant in Yorkville. Tasted this delicious white wine and fell immediately for it's refreshingly crisp notes that offer citrus and tropical fruit flavors with very aromatic notes of green chilies, grass, herbs, asparagus and gooseberries commonly contributing to the bouquet. *** I learned from web research that Sauvignon Blanc is generally un-oaked allowing the fruit to shine and highlighting the delicacy of the grape. I'm definitely going to put an order and buy a case of this delicious wine at the LCBO. Read more: http://www.snooth.com/wine/j-bouchon-sauvignon-blanc/#ixzz0yX6BA29C




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