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La Vieille Ferme Cotes du Luberon Blanc 2010
On the nose, the 2010 La Vieille Ferme Blanc opens with notes of melon, white peach and tropical fruits. On the palate, the medium-bodied stunner expresses hints of fresh pear and passion fruit. It finishes well and is perfectly balanced. This *incredible value* hails from France's acclaimed Perrin family and definitely deserves a look. It is ideal for serving as an aperitif and is a perfect match for grilled fish or chicken.*screw cap
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Fresh and unadorned, with tasty white peach and green plum notes backed by a hint of bitter almond on the finish. A textbook introduction to Southern Rhône whites.
As shrewd consumers know, one of the best values in under $10 a bottle wine is La Vielle Ferme. In a challenging vintage, the 2008 La Vielle Ferme Côtes de Luberon blanc, a blend of Roussanne, Bourboulenc, and Grenache blanc, is a crisp, citrus-filled, pure, light-bodied, refreshing white that is meant to be consumed during its first year of life.
Bright and crunchy, with tasty lime and kiwifruit notes, followed by a tangy green fig edge on the finish. Shows good regional typicity. Drink now.
Pale yellow. Lemon, green apple and mint on the high-pitched nose. Dry and wiry, with good clarity to its citrus and orchard fruit flavors. Finishes with moderate length and refreshing bite. On the simple side but thereandrsquo;s a lot of clean, juicy fruit here, and you canandrsquo;t deny the bang for the buck, especially in magnum. This would be an outstanding glass pour or carafe wine at a restaurant.
The 2009 La Vieille Ferme Cotes du Luberon blanc is a delicious blend of Roussanne, Bourboulenc and Grenache Blanc. A crisp, citrusy, refreshing, light-bodied, flavorful white is meant to be consumed in its first year of life.
Forward and very likable, with lots of peach and pear fruit backed by a round, creamy finish. Grenache Blanc, Bourboulenc, Ungi Blanc and Roussanne.
A unique white blend from the people who bring you Beaucastel. This wine sports a ripe and unctuous mouthfeel with rich, honeyed aromas and flavors. Break out of the ordinary and try this affordable offering from Provence.
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