Morlet Family Vineyards

La Proportion Dorée Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend

9.425 ratings
9.53 pro ratings
Sonoma County, California, USA
Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend
Duck, Squash & Root Vegetables, Shellfish, Turkey, Mushrooms, Cream Sauces, Chicken, Goose, White Fish, Pork, Meaty & Oily Fish, Manchego & Parmesan, Cheddar & Gruyere
Top Notes For
Brian Miracle

Post-Tasting wine. Refreshing!

Post-Tasting wine. Refreshing!

1 person found it helpfulMar 29th, 2015
Charlie Beatty

Buyer wineworksonline.com

9.8

Fabulous , needed 30 minutes to open up. It really complimented the scallops and Scrimp course. Morlet wines continue to be the Best at everything he does . Wish I had more! I rate this a solid 95+

Fabulous , needed 30 minutes to open up. It really complimented the scallops and Scrimp course. Morlet wines continue to be the Best at everything he does . Wish I had more! I rate this a solid 95+

1 person found it helpfulFeb 8th, 2015
J Ferrugia

This is a wonderful wine from Luc Morlet. The wine opens with aromatic honey & melon on the palate with plenty of underlying structure. The 2010 is in full bloom. What a delight!

This is a wonderful wine from Luc Morlet. The wine opens with aromatic honey & melon on the palate with plenty of underlying structure. The 2010 is in full bloom. What a delight!

Aug 5th, 2020
Jeroen Koenen

Huh?
Took me awhile to appreciate the nose...
There’s apricot, honey and a firm dosage of oak, of course.
But the odd yet interesting nuances of grilled carrots and parsnips, yellow curry-powder (‘kerrie’) and a yeasty kind of thing that reminds me of Belgian Triple Beer, took some time to grow on me.
On the palate this is more traditional, less surprising, yet very well composed. Rich, luscious, unctuous and dense. Maybe slightly lacking in varietal character, but that could be nitpicking-me

Huh?
Took me awhile to appreciate the nose...
There’s apricot, honey and a firm dosage of oak, of course.
But the odd yet interesting nuances of grilled carrots and parsnips, yellow curry-powder (‘kerrie’) and a yeasty kind of thing that reminds me of Belgian Triple Beer, took some time to grow on me.
On the palate this is more traditional, less surprising, yet very well composed. Rich, luscious, unctuous and dense. Maybe slightly lacking in varietal character, but that could be nitpicking-me

Apr 9th, 2018
DAG
9.2

This was my favorite new white until I tasted Ferren.

This was my favorite new white until I tasted Ferren.

Dec 1st, 2016
Chris Heuer

Wow! That's a special white wine! Had this Morlet up at plumpjack in squaw last winter. Was and is awesome. Thinking of you Aaron and Melanie!

Wow! That's a special white wine! Had this Morlet up at plumpjack in squaw last winter. Was and is awesome. Thinking of you Aaron and Melanie!

Jan 1st, 2014
Nick Davis

Nick had this 4 years ago

Nick had this 4 years ago

Jul 23rd, 2016
Bart Van Rompaey

Bart had this a year ago

Bart had this a year ago

Jul 21st, 2019
Jeroen Koenen

Jeroen had this 2 years ago

Jeroen had this 2 years ago

Feb 11th, 2019
pascal cremers

pascal had this 2 years ago

pascal had this 2 years ago

Dec 15th, 2018