2000 Philippe Delesvaux Coteaux du Layon "Grains Nobles" (500ml) (Previously $60)

SKU #1072394

98 points WIne Spectator: "This is special. The mango, orange and fig fruit is both dry and juicy at the same time, while the clove, ginger, earth, oolong tea and mineral nuances build and build in intensity on the finish, which glides despite obvious power. Loaded to the gills, but not heady in the least. Should cruise for some time. Drink now through 2025. 30 cases imported." (06/03)

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