J.J. Vincent Pouilly-Fuisse Marie Antoinette 2011 Front Label
J.J. Vincent Pouilly-Fuisse Marie Antoinette 2011 Front Label

J.J. Vincent Pouilly-Fuisse Marie Antoinette 2011

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Winemaker Notes

#78 Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2013

The 2011 Cuvee Marie Antoinette is clean and pure showing youthful layers of acidity, apple, peach and vanilla. Great as an aperitif or with a variety of seafoods or game.

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Medium-weight and linear, exuding mineral and spice flavors, with a hint of lemon underneath, this bright white finishes long and spicy.
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Maison JJ Vincent produces a range of wines made with the same care and expertise as those made at the Vincent's historic domaine, Chateau Fuissé. Made from grapes sourced from Maconnais and cru Beaujolais vineyards owned by other members of Jean-Jacques Vincent’s family, these wines are of extremely high quality. Maison JJ Vincent wines are both lovely and approachable wines for immediate consumption and a great introduction to the Chateau Fuissé realm of great wines.

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