French white wine values tasted in 2015
The selected French bottlings have given me much pleasure for the price. I have purchased them again for personal consumption. Featured values include 2 Muscadet-de-sèvre-et-maine.
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The below wines were tasted in France, in 2015 (between April and December).
Muscadet de sèvre et maine sur lie - Frédéric Lailler - Domaine Michel Brégeon - L'Original
2014 - USD 10. - classic
2014 - USD 11 - a good party wine, even better than the 2013 vintage - modest on the nose, with stones and flowers - intense but lean, tense but not stiff
2014 - USD 15 - white fruits, lichee, clementine - no creaminess, lichee, lemon peel, clementine, pure, minerally, a hint of salt, no stiffness, fresh
Vin de pays - Hervé Villemade - Domaine du Moulin - Sauvignon
2013 - USD 16 - true to the variety, intense - freshly cut hay, pear - freshly cut hay, flower, mellow, fresh
Vin de France - Grégory Guillaume - Lucky - Grenache blanc
2014 - USD 17 -
Muscadet - Marc Ollivier, Rémi Branger, Gwénaëlle Croix - EARL La Pépière, Domaine de la Pépière - Clisson
2012 - USD 17 - velvety, peach, fresh
2009 - USD 19 - pure - a shy nose - velvety, linden, nougat, fresh
Côtes du jura - Domaine Labet - Bajocien [sol calcaire rouge, tendre] - Chardonnay
2013 - USD 28 -
Vouvray - François Pinon - Les Déronnières
2014 - USD 30 - white fruit, lemon - white fruit, lemon, crisp
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