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France Wines

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A cacophony of wines that can't quite find it's footing (5)
2005 Pierre Sparr - Alsace One : Reserve

They dropped the ball this year (5)
2007 Now & Zen - Alsace White

A great dynamic duo (9)
2010 Charte D'Assemblage - Blanc Sec

Great but I need that Petit Verdot (8)
2009 Chateau de Hartes - Bordeaux

Pure and uncontested (9)
2011 Michel Lynch - Bordeaux

Balanced and bewitching (9)
2011 Augey - Bordeaux

Sweeter than the last year (8)
2012 Augey - Bordeaux

Another cremant (8)
2009 De Chanceny - Brut Excellence

A simple name, a competent release (7)
2006 Hi. - Chardonnay

A wonderful bright and tropical Chardonnay (8)
2007 Red Bicyclette - Chardonnay

Last days of tasting a fine peppered Chard! (9)
2006 HobNob Vineyards - Chardonnay

Giving French flowers a chance, I discovered something interesting (9)
2008 Le Drunk Rooster - Chardonnay

A newly classic pairing, but this is drawn down too much (7)
2011 Laurent Miquel - Chardonnay Viognier

Dry but fruity, medium bodied and great! (10)
2008 Domaine de Sancet - Cotes de Gascogne

Alsace, you almost fooled me (8)
2006 Hugel & Fils - Gentil

Hey hay chardonnay! (8)
2005 Louis Latour - Grand Ardeche

Steel the oak, then out comes a nice red (8)
2007 Maison l'Aiglon Saint-Chinian - Grand Reserve : Grand Reserve

Floral, exotic and inexpensive (8)
2011 Domaine La Hitaire - Les Tours

A dry white blend for those that like this style (8)
2007 Mas Carlot - Marsanne-Rousanne : Table Wine

Old Fart's Wife is the type of woman that I want (9)
2005 Old Fart's Wife - Old Fart's Wife Chardonnay

Pears and minerality, a nice combo (9)
2006 Leon Beyer - Pinot Blanc

A more laid back and demure melon essence (8)
2005 Pierre Sparr - Pinot Blanc : Reserve

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

Pear [and a dab of peach] wonderment (9)
2004 Trimbach - Pinot Gris : Reserve


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