2011 Domaine Desertaux-Ferrand Bourgogne Aligoté (Previously $13)

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Aligoté is the second white grape of Burgundy, always a bridesmaid to Chardonnay. Even if often planted on more productive soils, it's fairly rare, making this Domaine Desertaux-Ferrand Bourgogne Aligoté a nicely priced find. Pop the cork while preparing a weekday dinner, or bring to your wine group as a blind tasting trump card! Special price on teh last few bottles!

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Staff Image By: Kirk Walker | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/31/2013 | Send Email
This is the perfect spring wine, cool and snappy, just like a cold breeze on a sunny day. Cool yellow fruits spiked with citrus and is there a hint of mineral there? There is no need for Crème de Cassis with this.

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Alcohol Content (%): 13