Monday, July 25, 2005

La Vieille Ferme 2004 (PB)

This French white is a blend of four grapes from the Cotes Du Luberon. The grapes–Grenache Blanc, Bourboulenc, Ugni Blanc, and Roussanne give the bouquet a fairly well fruit filled bouquet for such an inexpensive wine. I paid $6 for it on sale from $8. The texture is a bit creamy with a sufficient acid bas but a little bitter. I served it too warm–right from the store–but with some chilling the aromas are a little melony, citrusy yet shallow. For the money, what the heck? Raise a glass.

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