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Domaine de Montbourgeau 2010 Wine Review

Domaine de Montbourgeau 2010

Domaine de Montbourgeau 2010

Jura, France

Community Score:94/100

Community Reviews: 1

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Price: $35.50

Drink: Now

Alcohol: 17%

Sweetness: Sweet

Wine Type: Red Wine

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Julia Kelada rated this wine as 94/100 with the following review:

Oh boy! Lets enter a different dimension!
First of all, I had never tasted dessert wine before I went to a an incredible restaurant this year and delighted in a tasting menu. Wow! Why had I not discovered this before!
Now it is an acquired taste for sure, the wine is sweet and definitely best enjoyed with a sumptuous dessert. I am a dry wine drinker but the Jura, although sweet seemed to have deliciously dry under notes , and so now I am a fan! I wasn't able to get the one served in the restaurant but this one is now my new favourite!
This wine should be served between 8- 10 degrees. It would be good served as an apéritif with a cheese and cold cut platter, melon, fig and prosciutto or as a dessert wine with a yummy rich chocolate mousse dessert or caramel cheesecake!

Everything about this wine is a pleasure, from the nose to the taste. On the nose rich caramely citrus fruits, almost a milder version of smelling a Cointreau. On the palate jammy fruits, rich and abundant, I felt like I was eating my dessert already but then the wine starts to delicately refresh your palate and clear your taste buds for the next introduction of vanilla with a slight nutty finish.
I almost feel speechless to continue other than to say...yum...now end this mouthful with a rich homemade vanilla ice cream....my meal is now complete......espresso ?

Bottoms up!

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