François Cazin (Le Petit Chambord)

Cuvée Renaissance Moelleux Cour-Cheverny Romorantin

9.011 ratings
9.12 pro ratings
Cour-Cheverny, Touraine, Loire Valley, France
Romorantin
Top Notes For
Amer S. Ahmed

Superb. Complex nose of pineapple, Anjou pear, ginger, nutmeg, honey, elderflower, followed by a palate that echoes the same and adds cereal, butterscotch, caramel, mushrooms. Off dry but with good acid to balance it out. Long finish. Perfect with fuller flavored Asian dishes.

Superb. Complex nose of pineapple, Anjou pear, ginger, nutmeg, honey, elderflower, followed by a palate that echoes the same and adds cereal, butterscotch, caramel, mushrooms. Off dry but with good acid to balance it out. Long finish. Perfect with fuller flavored Asian dishes.

Jan 30th, 2018
Colin Howard

Owner Oso Market in Portland

9.0

Elegant, touch sweet. PDX

Elegant, touch sweet. PDX

1 person found it helpfulJun 9th, 2016
Stuart Pollack

Nice Demi-sec wine, and not as sweet as I expected for a Moelleux, which was good. A good balance of sweet and acid. The wine went well with cheese. Sweet white fruit to start with an acidic finish. A good choice with Indian food. Much better than the dry Romarantin from this producer.

Nice Demi-sec wine, and not as sweet as I expected for a Moelleux, which was good. A good balance of sweet and acid. The wine went well with cheese. Sweet white fruit to start with an acidic finish. A good choice with Indian food. Much better than the dry Romarantin from this producer.

Mar 18th, 2019
Justin Hurst

What a little weirdo.

What a little weirdo.

Mar 23rd, 2017
April Wang

Medium minus to pale lemon. Sweet lettuce, chemical, petrol, soap. High acidity, high sugar, medium alcohol. A bit off dry.

Medium minus to pale lemon. Sweet lettuce, chemical, petrol, soap. High acidity, high sugar, medium alcohol. A bit off dry.

Aug 1st, 2016
romo

Romo rantin.

Romo rantin.

Jul 23rd, 2016
April Wang

Medium to medium plus lemon. Sweet lemon, candied apple, pear, a touch of herbs, maybe parsley? A hint of something chemical, probably not petrol, reminds me of some mineral oil maker up remover. Medium plus acidity, medium plus sugar, medium alcohol. The finish is long and elegant, although it's a bit on the sweet side for me.

Medium to medium plus lemon. Sweet lemon, candied apple, pear, a touch of herbs, maybe parsley? A hint of something chemical, probably not petrol, reminds me of some mineral oil maker up remover. Medium plus acidity, medium plus sugar, medium alcohol. The finish is long and elegant, although it's a bit on the sweet side for me.

Jul 3rd, 2016
James Elliott

James had this 2 years ago

James had this 2 years ago

Nov 30th, 2017
Eric Turiansky

Eric had this 3 years ago

Eric had this 3 years ago

Jan 13th, 2017
Sebastian Slayter

Sebastian had this 4 years ago

Sebastian had this 4 years ago

Jul 2nd, 2016