88 Points

Sunday, December 9, 2012 - Decent wine, especially at its price point. Over lunch with William, this went pleasantly well with prawn noodles and ngoh hiang. It had a savoury, salty nose of limes and lemons on a bed of saline mineral aromas. There was nice touch of complexity on the nose for a wine at this level. The palate was quite the archetypcal Muscadet, with tons of high acidity slicing its way through citrus lime and lemony fruit flavours, into a finish of slatey mineral, salty seashelly notes and a touch of spice. This is a wine made for food, it was almost sharp in its acidity when had on its own, but when paired with seafoody stuff, it was a very pleasant lunch wine.

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