2014 J. J. Vincent Bourgogne Blanc

SKU #1260781 Allen Meadows - Burghound

 A fresh and overtly fruity nose displays notes of apple and citrus that leads to round, delicious and supple flavors that possess an easy-to-like finale where a hint of salinity adds a bit of lift. Drink: 2016+  (10/2015)

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 Verging on creamy in texture, with white peach, apple and lemon flavors. This firms up, leaving a mouthwatering finish. (BS)  (12/2015)

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By: Dulcinea Gonzalez | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/21/2016 | Send Email
The 2014 JJ Vincent Bourgogne Blanc is an excellent everyday drinker that demonstrates the classic and super fresh style that is indicative of the vintage. Vivacious and crowd-pleasing, JJ Vincent is sourced from the Maconnais, a Southern appellation of Burgundy that shows off the rich and ripe fruit character of the region. Made as a tribute to Jean Jacques Vincent, who has managed the family domaine of Chateau Fuisse for the past 40 years, the 2014 JJ Vincent Bourgogne Blanc is classic Bourgogne: crisp and lively, with sumptuous apple and lemon flavors. The nose is perfumed with a pretty lemon blossom note and the wine has all the hallmarks of good acidity. The nice length also shows overall balance and freshness. Fermented in stainless steel and then finished with 6 months in oak, the cuvee benefits from a nice roundness that makes this an exceptionally easy drinker ready for any casual get-together.

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