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William Fevre Chile Gran Cuvee Chardonnay 2007, Maipo Valley, Chile: The best of both worlds in a bottle here: Old World styling and finesse with New World depth of flavor and fruit. Bring it on! A fresh, lively chard with notes of spicy oak, citrus, butter, caramel and unbridled fruit richness. Full-bodied and luscious. Vintages Wine Panel: William Fèvre is a well-respected producer of
Chablis in Burgundy who has successfully transplanted his
expertise to Chile. The dominant flavors of this beautifully balanced Chardonnay – apple, pear,
toast and butterscotch – are concentrated but not overwhelming. An exceptionally priced, versatile Chard. 45146 14% D 750 mL $18.95 Score: 90/100. January 10, 2009 Full Review
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