2011 Domaine Anne & Arnaud Goisot Bourgogne Aligoté Vieille Vignes (Previously $12)

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Once again, Anne & Arnaud's Aligoté has been chosen as a winner by the Confrerie des Chevaliers de Tastevin. But to keep the price as low as possible we are using the standard domaine label. The 2011 is precise and fresh in character. It is open and appealing on the palate, with spice and freshness. Its character, while showing the pronounced acidity this varietal is known for, is surprisingly round and charming. This is classic Aligoté, but friendlier than is often the norm, and so delicious with seafood, or just for an aperitif. (Keith Wollenberg, K&L Burgundy buyer, 3/2013)

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Staff Image By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/10/2013 | Send Email
I have been a fan of this wine for many years, and yesterday at the staff tasting the 2011 did not disappoint. Just for fun, I had pulled out the 2006 & 2004 from my cellar, and we compared all three. You might not think of ageing inexpensive white like this, but I can promise you that with the Domaine Anne Arnaud Goisot Bourgogne Aligote Vielle Vignes that they not only keep well but gain quite a bit of complexity with time. For drinking right now, this crisp Aligote is perfect, with a little bit of earth on the nose and a whole lot of refreshing liveliness on the palate! Yum!
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