Pouilly Fumé, Central Vineyards

Tinel-Blondelet

Arrêt Buffatte Pouilly-Fumé Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Clean, lovely Sauvignon Blanc, mineral, some richness as well, solid acidity, very fine Pouilly Fume!! — 17 days ago

Jim Powers
with Jim
Vin, Severn and 3 others liked this

Château du Nozet (Ladoucette)

Pouilly-Fumé Sauvignon Blanc

nose; lemon, under ripe yellow pear, slate, continue on palate. zingy acidity with spicy effect. slightly waxy on finish. lovely. better on day 2 — a month ago

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Serge Dagueneau

Les Pentes Pouilly-Fumé Sauvignon Blanc 2002

Ripe, round, mature but still showing nice acid and balance, good length, very nice!! — 5 months ago

Jim Powers
with Jim
Severn, Ira and 5 others liked this

Louis-Benjamin Dagueneau

Silex Pouilly-Fumé Sauvignon Blanc

Juan c pati j sergio lora — 5 days ago

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Didier Dagueneau

Buisson Renard Pouilly- Fumé Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Bright, pale straw. Initially shy, but inviting nose of underripe quince. Echoed on the medium palate with an intense mineral streak and hints of burnt citrus rind on opening. As the wine develops in the glass, the mineral note subside and rustic fruits come to the fore. Medium plus acidity supports it all the way through to the moderate finish. This is a wine that can support the entire meal: mineral notes parallel light starters, fleshy pomes buttress the main course, and more opulent stone fruits finish with soft cheese or pastry. Rustic fare pairs particularly well. Drink now through 2028. — 5 months ago

Paul, Peter and 8 others liked this

Michel Redde et Fils

La Moynerie Pouilly-Fumé Sauvignon Blanc

A great Sauvignon Blanc! This wine is bright not too crisp but tastes best very chilled! It doesn’t hurt that I’m sitting at a great restaurant in St Maarten by the beach with a beautiful woman! My wife!! — 25 days ago

Jean Pabiot

Domaine des Fines Caillottes Pouilly-Fumé Sauvignon Blanc 2022

Presented double-blind at Tasting Group. In the glass the wine is a pale straw color with a silver rim. Medium viscosity with no signs of particles or gas. On the nose, the wine is very expressive or grapefruit, lime, and lemons withs some grassy, herbal qualities, yellow flowers and flint minerals. On the palate, the wine is dry with acidity that I perceive as high. Confirming the notes from the nose. Finish is medium+. I don’t get any obvious use of oak…it would have to be extremely judicious if at all. Initial conclusion: this could be Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Chenin Blanc, Albariño or maybe even Chardonnay from France, California, Germany or Spain. But I don’t get the petrol thing I associate with Riesling and it’s missing the white flowers and lanolin for Chenin. Not enough salinity for Albariño and the acid just seems too high for Chardonnay, even from Chablis. I think the structure is the key here. Final conclusion, this is a Sauvignon Blanc, from France, from the Loire, from Sancerre, 2020 vintage. Welp…at least I was in the right ballpark! This was a wine full of energy and one I would be happy to drink again. Drink now to enjoy its lovely fruit and acid. As a side note, it’s becoming harder and harder to find distinction from Old World and New World (which is probably why the CMS has stopped using the terms altogether), particularly with Sauvignon Blanc. A combination of climate change and winemaking has certainly blurred the lines.
— 3 months ago

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