Medium gold. Quince flavors and a slightly oily texture. A good wine that aged well. Its med+ acidity probably helped this wine age. This was one of those bottles that becomes a curiosity in your cellar. Not bad at all for a wine that was $16.99 on release.
his is an “off” vintage for Vouvray, but I enjoyed this a lot. Midbodied, touch of sweetness, blood orange and apple, some wooly notes. Good acids, nice length, not a classic but very tasty and works well with the food. B+
Medium yellow. Much better than the last time. Typical broad quince fruit. Off dry, excellent glyceral feel, strong acidity and a lingering sense of clay. The best bottle of this off vintage wine I've had. The acidity will carry it for some time.
Bright golden yellow, oily in texture. Peach, apricot, apple nose bringing resemblance to a mature riesling. On the palate not too intense, but having great balance. Lemon-lime dry, bittery finish. Very nice and likeable overall (B+).
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(Domaine Huet Vouvray Sec Clos du Bourg) A fine nose, of minerals, pears, herbs and nettles, with little hints of richness in the shape of capsicum and lemon meringue. Overall though, fresh and vibrant. Richly composed palate, with great depth. Fresh and pithy, very structured, rounded and complete. This has a fine, grippy presence on the palate and has potential aplenty for the cellar.
(Huet Vouvray "Clos Du Bourg" Sec) Beautiful wine. I need to drink more Huet. Very aromatic nose of creamed corn, marzipan, brown sugar, tea leaf, wool, old Gouda cheese and mineral. Such a precise and focused nose. Palate is sharp as a razor with nice concentration and a firm structure. Dry with nice grainy fruit and very intense minerality. Acidity livens out the finish.
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