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Laboure-Roi Macon Villages Blanc 2011

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1843103
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Laboure-Roi Macon Villages Blanc 2011 750ml

Laboure-Roi Macon Villages Blanc

Mâcon Blanc Villages wine is straightforward, lively, rather light and goes down smoothly, with fruity and floral aromas. Sometimes, depending on the vintage, it may have heavier flavours, typical of Chardonnay grapes, such as hazelnut, almond and fresh butter.

Mâcon Blanc Villages wine is straightforward, lively, rather light and goes down smoothly, with fruity and floral aromas. Sometimes, depending on the vintage, it may have heavier flavours, typical of Chardonnay grapes, such as hazelnut, almond and fresh butter.

GRAPE : Chardonnay. ALCOHOL : 12,5RESIDUAL SUGARS : < 0,2 %ACIDITY : 4 % COLOUR : Straw with tinted with gold. BOUQUET : Floral and fresh, with hues of honey and fresh butter. TASTE : Round yet with a touch of acidity that keeps it fresh. AGEING POTENTIAL : 1 - 3 years, 5 years for the great vintages.

Hors d’oeuvres, fish, poultry, white meats, fresh cheeses

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Laboure-Roi Laboure-Roi Macon Villages Blanc 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Mâcon Blanc Villages wine is straightforward, lively, rather light and goes down smoothly, with fruity and floral aromas. Sometimes, depending on the vintage, it may have heavier flavours, typical of Chardonnay grapes, such as hazelnut, almond and fresh butter.
 

Notes on the Laboure-Roi Macon Villages Blanc 750ML 2011

Tasting Notes Mâcon Blanc Villages wine is straightforward, lively, rather light and goes down smoothly, with fruity and floral aromas. Sometimes, depending on the vintage, it may have heavier flavours, typical of Chardonnay grapes, such as hazelnut, almond and fresh butter.

Technical Notes GRAPE : Chardonnay. ALCOHOL : 12,5RESIDUAL SUGARS : < 0,2 %ACIDITY : 4 % COLOUR : Straw with tinted with gold. BOUQUET : Floral and fresh, with hues of honey and fresh butter. TASTE : Round yet with a touch of acidity that keeps it fresh. AGEING POTENTIAL : 1 - 3 years, 5 years for the great vintages.

Food Pairing Hors d’oeuvres, fish, poultry, white meats, fresh cheeses