Very easy to drink, off-dry, with a fruity finish.
Has a nice thin, pale, straw color to hit. The nose is very peachy, with a little tangerine, and the palate doesn't disappoint for a $10 vouvray. Better value if you find on sale and personally i'll spend $5-6 more for a better vouvray but if you only want to spend $10 then why not?
Sit back, relax in the shade, and enjoy this outside in the Summer and spring.
I am a college student on a tight budget, but for around $11, this wine is one of my favorite buys. Goes wonderfully with many different types of cheeses and fruits, although I prefer it with soft cheeses and apricots. A wonderful, crisp, refreshing wine that I will continue to purchase! I will also note that I have tried other vouvrays within the $10-$20 price range, and this beat even some of the more expensive wines!
Two and a half glasses
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Beautiful intense golden straw yellow. Intense and seductive, the nose reveals honeyed tropical fruit, apricot, peach and orange marmalade. White flowers appear when agitated. The palate offers a very good level of Botrytis. Perfectly well balanced, it is a full- bodied wine with a creamy texture, concentration and unctuosity. An outstanding vintage in Sauternes.
Notes: Glass-lined concrete
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