2015 ‘Buisson Renard’ by Didier Dagueneau, is a spectacular effort. Now headed by Didier’s son, Louis-Benjamin, Dagueneau wines continue to set the standard for the Pouilly-Fume region. The wine shows wonderful flinty and damp earth tones with lemon oil drenched sourdough bread on this marvelous bouquet. The rich, almost unctuous texture to this wine, truly satisfies. Lemon zest, beeswax, ripe pear and starfruit flavors with wet stone and smoky mineral undertones all nicely amalgamate on the palate. Intense and showing beautifully in its youth, this dazzling Sauvignon Blanc will have an exceedingly long life in the cellar. Drink 2019-2033- 94 — 12 days ago
Подарок С. Носова. Выпито в Лофте 15.07.19.Шикарный сансер. Нежный, с очень долгим послевкусием. Непохоже на Новозеландские совиньон бланы, но по - своему хорош. — 3 days ago
Honey, ginger, lemon curd, fresh grass, lifted nose of white flowers - chamomile, white peach, and stony minerality. Dry with perceptible RS. Medium minus alcohol, great acidity, and a long finish. — 4 days ago
If Verdigny Sancerre is your thing, buy as much of this as you can. It’s massive in the typical ‘18 way, with waves of ripe capsicum and flint on the nose and palate. The long, acid finish persisted through six days open, and the intensity never wavered. Insane. — 4 days ago
Domaine charpentier-reuilly Saint Vincent 2016. Sauvignon blanc.
Very mineral nose with chalk and lemon. Rather discreet. The palate is wonderful with a strong acid backbone, some lemon around and a texture, a thickness that has a kind of weight and grip on the sides that makes this wine both long and wide. Very impressive in terms of presence. Long finish with herbs and lemon. Very good ! — 23 days ago