2012 Martine Barraud, "Alliance" Pouilly-Fuisse, Burgundy


Press and Tasting Notes

The nose abounds with fresh fruit aromas with citrus and chalk notes, white pepper and flowers. Intense and long lived fruits, peaches and chalky notes underscored by hints of pear butter and peach butter. This wine is comparable in terms of quality to a premier cru from the Cote d'Or and at a fraction of the price.



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