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Heritiers Dubois Chenin Blanc 2015

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There are 2 user submitted reviews for this wine.

Malcolm Lamont rated this wine as 88/100 with the following review:

This is what Vouvray should taste like!

Yummy with typical characteristics of rusty apple, white and yellow flowers, white peach, and an attractive wet stone note.

Tasted Jan 2017
Jane Staples rated this wine as 90/100 with the following review:

Aromatic quince and bright fruity(apricot) palate, silky with great acidity. Enjoy with pate or shellfish.
Tasted Jan. 2017

Natalie's Review

Heritiers Dubois Chenin Blanc 2015, Vouvray, Loire A.C., France: Absolutely delightful! And although the sugar code is medium sweet, it comes off as medium-dry due to the vibrant, balancing acidity. Lovely, light and delicate French white wine yet not wimpy on flavour. Subtle white floral notes. This isn't as pungent as Viognier can be. Terrific aperitif or companion to light seafood. This off-dry French white wine from the Loire Valley, though this tastes very dry and has a lot more body and character than would belie the moderate 11% alcohol. Serve with fresh cuts of cold ham, cheeses and pate. Finishes with white floral notes and green citrus highlights. Drink: 2015-2018. 390708 11.50% MS 750 mL  $15.95 Score: 89/100. January 12, 2017 Best Value White Wine. Splendid Salad Wine  Full Review



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