Savennieres Baumard 375 2007

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"Pronounced [almond], and wet stone are prominent in Baumard’s 2007 Savennieres, which when combined with an alkaline...

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The 2007 Savennieres Trie Speciale - representing a small cuvee from botrytis-affected or otherwise over-ripe fruit such as Baumard renders when th... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
10/13/2011

The 2007 Savennieres Trie Speciale - representing a small cuvee from botrytis-affected or otherwise over-ripe fruit such as Baumard renders when the vintage strikes him as meriting it - smells distinctly and hauntingly of white truffle, narcissus, fa... Robert Parkers Wine Advocate. A Chenin Blanc wine from Loire Valley in France. 2007 Domaine des Baumard Savennieres Trie Speciale 750ml


Winemaker's Notes:

"Pronounced [almond], and wet stone are prominent in Baumard’s 2007 Savennieres, which when combined with an alkaline aspect definitely pull this toward mild austerity. But ripe apple, quince, and peach supply an equal and opposite fruit reaction, which results in fascinating counterpoint. Refreshing primary fruit acidity helps counteract the sense of bitterness and lend the persistent finish vivacity."Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"Pronounced [almond], and wet stone are prominent in Baumard’s 2007 Savennieres, which when combined with an alkaline aspect definitely pull this toward mild austerity. But ripe apple, quince, and peach supply an equal and opposite fruit reaction, which results in fascinating counterpoint. Refreshing primary fruit acidity helps counteract the sense of bitterness and lend the persistent finish vivacity."Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

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