Light golden color; oak, vanilla, sweet orange marmalade on the nose; rich, thick, some acidity, lemons, limes, vanilla, honey, pineapple flavors; long, lingering finish. I'm coming to love French whites at this price point.
Beautiful nose of flowers, emphasis on fresh roses, vanilla and soft orange, kind of like a orangesickle. Flavors similar adding more citrus notes. Silky, velvety. Mom liked it, and she is tough. I highly recommend this wine.
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(Chateau Olivier Blanc Pessac-Léognan) 50% SB, 50% Sem. Open, still showing rather a lot of oak, beneath that some decent fruit, quite fresh in style. Full, quite attractive fruit palate, but naturally very soft and rounded. Lacks presence, and acidity. Quite a lot of grip though, despite this. Not bad I suppose.
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