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Domaine Delorme Et Fils Vieilles Vignes Pouilly-Fuissé Chardonnay 2006, A.C., Burgundy, France: Vintages Wine Panel: This family estate was founded in 1820 and is located in the small village of Vergisson, about 10 km from Mâcon. The village is famous for the imposing Vergisson Rock, a striking monolith surrounded by the sloping vineyards of this domaine. Comprised of hand-picked fruit from vines with an average age of 80 years, this supple, barrel-fermented Chardonnay shows exquisite harmony between its fresh apple and melon characteristics, and subtle oak notes. My note: A lovely, elegant, balanced Old World Chardonnay with notes of ripe peach, green apple, baked bread and vanilla. Terrific length and refinement. Not a fruit bomb but delivers lovely long flavors. 110262 14% XD 750 mL $32.95 Score: 91/100. May 2, 2009 Full Review
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