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White Wine Reviews


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Not bad but no wolf (8)
2012 The Wolftrap - Viognier Chenin Blanc Grenache Blanc

Crisp lemon (8)
none Scharffenberger - Brut Excellence Non Vintage

A not bad late birthday present (9)
Moet & Chandon - Nectar Imperial

Cocoa, spice and strawberry makes nice (10)
Chandon - Etoile Brut Rose

Nice with a little bite (8)
Lamberti - Prosecco Extra Dry

Walla Walla whopped me (9)
2012 Waterbrook Winery - Sauvignon Blanc

Smack me in the head with a shovel (10)
Chandon - Etoile Brut

Not as good as it could or should be (8)
2010 Milbrandt Vineyards - Pinot Gris

New and interesting to me (8)
2012 Ormarine - Picpoul de Pinet

Big House has done it again (10)
2011 Big House - Gru-V

Balanced and bewitching (9)
2011 Augey - Bordeaux

Wonderful and underrated (10)
2010 Marques D Valencia - Mediterranean White Wine

A little smoky and nice (8)
2011 Valdelosfrailes - Rose

Phenomenally understated (10)
2011 Compania de Vinos Telmo Rodriquez - Basa

A perfect Prosecco (10)
Monetto - Organic Extra Dry Prosecco

I get a little strawberry from this one (0)
Avinyo - Cava Riserva : Reserve

Great floral and at a very low price (8)
2012 Casarsa - Pinot Grigio

Barely passable (0)
2011 A to Z - Pinot Gris

Italian Sauvignon Blanc, a wonderful thing (10)
2010 Girlan - Indra

Bright citrus (9)
2012 Whitehaven - Sauvignon Blanc

Pure and uncontested (9)
2011 Michel Lynch - Bordeaux

Honeysuckle and minerality (9)
2011 Willm - Pinot Blanc : Reserve

It's matured since the last time (10)
2012 Vina Casablanca - Nimbus : Single Vineyard

Interesting bubbly blend and it deserves a chance (8)
Varichon & Clerc - Privilege Blanc de Blancs


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