Domaine De Vaugondy Dry Vouvray Perdriaux Chenin Blanc 2010

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Domaine De Vaugondy Dry Vouvray Perdriaux Chenin Blanc 2010, A.C., Loire, France: Vintages Wine Panel: Domaine de Vaugondy boasts vines averaging 20 to 55 years of age, and is planted exclusively to Chenin Blanc. With his 2010, Philippe Perdriaux has created a classic example of dry Vouvray. Notes of ripe apple, peach, mushroom and lanolin rise from the glass. Well-balanced and superbly consistent with the nose, the palate presents more peach, apple and earthy notes along with plentiful and refreshing acidity. A great value. My note: Pear and puckeringly tart peach. Sour Granny Smith Apple that makes this Chenin Blanc consummately refreshing. (Lip-smacking noises) Drink: 2011-2015. 189142 12.30% XD 750 mL  $14.95 Score: 88/100. December 10, 2011 Best Value White Wine. Scrumptious Seafood Wine  Full Review