Vincent Pouilly-Fuisse Marie-Antoinette 2006
The pale yellow wine has a brilliant color with a green tint, and elegant, white flower aromas which lead to round, fresh, mineral flavors on the palate. The wine has a very clean and balanced character in the mouth. The wine pairs well with fish, seafood, chicken and goat's milk cheeses. Food Match: Soft cheeses, scallops, salmon, salads, fish, chicken, Antipasto.
I found this one too perfumey. The flavors didn't mesh. At times sweet, at times too acidic, always with that heavy, floral touch, like cheap perfume. Off with its head!
drink between 2012-20169/23/2012 - UPFROMTHECELLAR WROTE: 88 Points Nice medium/light bodied, balanced, Pouilly-Fuisse that held its own with several bottles around the same $15-$17 price point. Nothing super special when all is said and done, its still a great wine to bring to a party where it might be considered tres chic. And since its pretty bland going down, it will definitely not offend anyone drinking it. Many will in fact like it. I did for what it was. Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment Options 7/29/2012 - BDSPBS1210 WROTE: 90 Points Nice chard with delicate citrus blend of pineapple, lemon and hints of green apple and honey. Creamy texture with a hint of oak and moderate acidity. Straw in color and needs to be paired with food. Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment Options 6/28/2012 - LEPETITCHATEAU WROTE: 90 Points clean and tasty (label "F.F. Vincent... same wine?) Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment Options 6/28/2012 - IAN S WROTE: Somewhat pale but bright straw colour. Attractive yet subtle nose of lemon, grapefruit, honey and oatmeal/cream, with swirling bringing out more vibrancy. Nicely balanced on the palate, though the acidity is firm enough to suggest it's better with food. The profile at this stage though is quite straightforward with little complexity. The finish however is of decent length, so give it a couple of years and see what emerges. Do you find this review helpful? Yes - No / Comment Options 4/8/2012 - FULLPINT WROTE: 91 Points From the famed JJ Vincent who produces Chateau Fuisse, this is an introduction to Pouilly Fuisse and definitely delivers...apple-citrus flavours, subtle oak offering a slight creamy backbone, minerality, and crisp acidity. Beautiful Chardonnay that would be a challenge to find in the new world at this price point, seafoods and fish all day long!
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A great Pouilly-Fuisse and the number 1 pick by the New York Times in a tasting.
Recently in his column Eric Asimov (acclaimed wine critic for The New York Times) and his tasting panel of experts selected the 2006 Marie-Antoinette from Jean-Jacques Vincent & Fils as their 'No. 1 wine and the best value in the tasting.' Calling it 'deliciously focused and refreshing' this is a must-have for any white burgundy fan. From the esteemed house of Jean-Jacques Vincent & Fils the grapes for this Pouilly-Fuisse are grown in several parcels belonging to the two sisters of Jean Jacques Vincent and the wine is named after his mother. It is vinified in the traditional style in small oak barrels but sees no new oak so the purity of the 100% Chardonnay fruit can shine through creating a delightful and refreshing white Burgundy.
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