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2012 Dominique Lafon, Bourgogne Blanc
Press and Tasting Notes
In the bouquet, ripe fruit without being overripe – notes of pineapple, acacia blossom and citrus are supported by fine minerality. On the palate rich and somewhat dense fruit have gripping minerality allowing the wine to express remarkable balance and classic Burgundy terroir. Enjoy now and over the next 10 years.
A Merchant's Pick
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