Medium gold in the glass. Pronounced nose of stone fruit and honeysuckle. Full bodied, oily viscosity, nice acid finish. Rich melange of flavors evolve on the palate - lemon custard, honey, peach skins, and some nicely delineating salinity throughout. Truly delicious and detailed, showing very nicely right now. White WOTN for me.
the love affair continues. deep, sensuous notes of lanolin, passion fruit, honey comb, pectin. just loaded with waves of different notes in both the nose and the palate and obviously begging for time but crazy good.
A class act. Very pale lemon-gold, intense aromas of citrus, green almonds and green apples. Dry with mid to high acidity, stone fruit, the expected apple and quince taste with just an echo of honey, and a delicate but definite body, leading to a huge finish.
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(Domaine Huet Vouvray Le Mont Sec) A very floral nose here, tighter and more concentrated than Le Haut Lieu in this vintage, and not so expressive. A fine, stone fruit style, lovely texture, firm and finely balanced. There is a lot of good substance here, great built-up structure and a fine length too. This is an impressive wine with plenty of promise.
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