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PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW-Weather affected burgundy for 2010 by Dave DeSimone

"Aubert de Villaine, the vigneron's vigneron, highlights superb terroir and stringent vineyard practices to produce this terrific wine. The terroir encompasses several limestone-based vineyards located on south-facing slopes in Bouzeron, just south of the famed Côte d'Or. The locations shelter the grapes from winds during ripening and provide mouthwatering mineral notes. Meanwhile, meticulous pruning and conscientious harvest selection create low yields for marvelous fruity concentration. This wine's enchanting citrus and floral notes open to crisp citrus flavors of good depth balanced by penetrating acidity and mineral nuances. Seamlessly integrated oak frames a beautifully balanced, elegant finish. Drink one now, and age a bottle or two for several years. Highly recommended."

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