In southern Burgundy, at the northern border of Beaujolais, lies the Pouilly-Fuisse appellation. Pale lemon with aromas of citrus, stone fruits and sweet floral notes. On the palate flavors of apple, melon and lemon citrus with notes of honey and vanilla oak. Medium+ finish, vivid acidity and ends with minerality. Consistent quality! Nice! Good value! — 11 days ago
Shrimp scampi and bitter greens salad. Nice body, luscious mouth feel with citrus and apple notes. Touch of oak on the finish. — 18 hours ago
Oak, lemon, lime, quince, spice, and minerals. Well balanced, with medium alcohol and high acid. Medium minus finish. — 4 days ago
Small producer, the Melin family have owned Domaine la Soufrandise, located in the heart of Fuissé, since the 1850s. Pale lemon with aromas of citrus, stone fruits and honey floral notes. On the palate flavors of apple, melon and lemon citrus with notes of honey and nutty oak. Medium+ finish, vivid acidity and ends with minerality. Nice! Will age a bit! — 12 days ago
Nose has bruised yellow apple, candied pineapple, dehydrated papaya, cold butter and dry masonry sand.
Palate has ripe pineapple, ripe yellow apple, dried lemon zest, faint tangerine notes with lively acidity. Notes at 45m open.
Another 15 year old Chardonnay tonight is still going very strong. — 23 days ago
Attack on freshness and minerality. Body enriched with a beautiful material, final carried by a high-class breeding, with hazelnut notes rarely tasted. To be tasted in 5 years, great potential.
Attaque sur la fraîcheur et la minéralité. Corps étoffé d’une belle matière, finale porté par un élevage de grande classe, aux notes noisettes rarement goûtées. À regoûter dans 5 ans, gros potentiel. — 19 days ago
Pale lemon with fresh fruit aromas of stone and citrus fruits with some floral nutty notes. On the palate flavors of apple, lime citrus and pear, crisp acidity, with honeysuckle notes. Medium+ finish, notes of creamy vanilla ending with smoky and flinty citrus mineral earthy spice character. — 17 days ago
This wine is essentially one of our “house wines”. House wine is not very expensive, it is very drinkable and also flexible with different cuisines. Tonight we made fish tacos from scratch. Beautiful, mango salsa with halibut. This wine paired up very well. It picked up the cilantro and avocado overtones of the food. Some pear, charcoal, and earthy flavors. A bit dry, not too much and can stand up to spice. — 6 days ago
Marquis Fine Wines Vancouver. — 6 days ago