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
Food Pairings for Vouvray Barton Guestier
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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