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Chalk and mineral on the nose with a touch of estery banana peel and a bit of leesiness. The fruit here is bright and clean and firmly in the spic... Read more
Great Value. Very tasty. Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuisse
Chalk and mineral on the nose with a touch of estery banana peel and a bit of leesiness. The fruit here is bright and clean and firmly in the spicy apple and lime and of the register. In the mouth this is focused and sleek with a richness of flavor but not the weight of many wines. The acids are bright, if modest yet balanced and the midpalate is clean and refreshing with wonderfully bright, floral and vanilla accented apple tones. There’s a streak of vanilla that runs through this but it’s really well integrated and a simple accent note to the fruit flavors. 87pts
Great Value. Very tasty.
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Bright aromas with a fungal funkiness and some baked pears mashed in. Medium thick mouthfeel, with medium acidity, light fruit and more than a touch of oak. The finish kind of drops off, lingering mostly with the oak flavors.
Tight nose of apple and pears. Zesty and round in the mouth gentle melon notes, Finish is light and doughy.
A very nice old world chardonnay. The color in the glass is a rich golden yellow with hints of green on the edge. Nose is a simple and subtle apple/pear and hay with hints of mineral. Smooth clean mouth feel hitting all ares of the palate with apple, lime zest and melon with a slightly oaky finish. Acid notes are bright but balanced. Pairs very well with dill trout and other lighter seafood dishes.
Lemony, chemincal like nail varnish, paint on the nose some butter and golden apple aromas Citrus on the palate, bright acidity, with slight minerality
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External Reviews for Louis Latour Pouilly-Fuisse
The colour is a sparkling pale gold. The nose is seduced by its aromas of white fruits, notably peach, to which Chlorophyll notes add themselves. In the mouth the Pouilly-Fuisse 2007 is frank, muscular and powerful. The white fruit aromas are rounded out by a certain minerality. With a beautiful length in the mouth, this wine will be tasting beautifully over the next 3 years.Tasted in February 2009
Pouilly-Fuisse is the name of a village in the Maconnais producing highly distinctive Chardonnay wine. The vineyards producing this wine are part of a breath-taking landscape where the limestone and heavy clay soils combine to create a unique terroir. The wine shows a green-gold color, and delicate aromas on the nose that are disarmingly seductive. On the palate there is a round and full herbal fruitiness that complements the crisp acidity leading to a satisfying finish.
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