La Vieille Ferme Côtes Du Luberon 2010, Rhône Valley
Pale straw yellow colour; lemon/citrus and light mushroom aromas with some spiced apple and tropical notes; dry, light-bodied with apple and pear flavours; has crisp acidity and a medium finish.
Pasta salad, soft cheeses, roast chicken, grilled veggies or light fish dishes.
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An interesting blenc of Bourboulenc, Grenache Blanc, the Italian Vermentino and Ugni Blanc. With a little oak fermentation it all comes together nicely. Apricot, unripe pineapple, red apple and a bit of smoke on the nose with a smooth texture and a hint of buttery, nutmeg, apple pie on the palate. There's a touch of balancing acidity to keep everything in check. For the price this is a great deal.
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Very open, tropical aromas. The palate shows mild notes of citrus and pineapple, with an odd nutty flavour and a slightly bitter finish. Decent value for current drinking.