2015 Domaine Renaud Pouilly-Fuissé Vieilles Vignes

SKU #1265973 90 points Wine Enthusiast

 A rich, ripe while still mineral wine, this is concentrated and dense with fruit. It has a good texture as well as a layer of toast that gives extra depth. The wine has spice and a stylish, crisp aftertaste. (RV)  (10/2016)

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Domaine Renaud is a small operation, making Mâcon, Pouilly-Fuissé and St. Veran from 12 hectares of estate vineyards. Their cellar is modern, and they use upright ovals for many of the wines, and stainless steel for others. This value is a great alternative to California Chardonnay and an entry into white Burgundy.

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Staff Image By: Joe Bruno | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/30/2017 | Send Email
Light white flowers, grapefruit peel, and orchard fruit on the nose. D’Anjou pear on the palate with yellow plum and apple. Ever-so-slightly minerally with a noted toast characteristic additionally. A great value white Burgundy for just under $20.00.

Staff Image By: Steve Bearden | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/18/2016 | Send Email
Easily the best version of this wine in the last 10 years and a great value. This is more forward than past vintages yet also shows greater depth with plenty of crushed citrus and spiced apple fruit and a stony finish. The overt ripeness here is held in check by persistent mineral drive and wonderful vibrancy.

Staff Image By: Keith Palace | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/21/2016 | Send Email
The award-winning, family team of Pascal and Mireille Renaud produced this wonderful wine from their 25 acres in the village of Pouilly. Yellow-gold in color, the nose reveals evident concentration along with a distinctive expression of ripe fresh, dried yellow peach and honey with toasted highlights. The finish is long with creamy undertones. An absolute classic, drink this wine now.

Staff Image By: Dulcinea Gonzalez | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/14/2016 | Send Email
Of the Domaine Renaud wines, this is the richest of the bunch and a total standout. The Pouilly Fuisse is an opulent drinker that shows a judicious use of oak that displays a velvety, soothing texture. On the mid-palate, ripe, honeyed fruit notes of stonefruit and apple shine through while still maintaining it's distinct minerality. Super recommended!

Staff Image By: Heather Vander Wall | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/14/2016 | Send Email
If you are looking for a good, richer Pouilly Fuisse to stand up against Chassagne-Montrachet or Meursault for texture and depth, this is the wine to try! One of the first 2015's we've seen yet in white Burgundy, Domaine Renaud's Pouilly Fuisse old vine is both intense and layered. From the honeyed, fruit laden aromas through the creamy texture and pleasant weight on the palate, this wine over-delivers at every juncture.

Staff Image By: Trey Beffa | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/13/2016 | Send Email
The Renaud wines have been my “go-to” picks for many years now when I am looking for inexpensive refreshing Chardonnay. The Pouilly-Fuisse is made from 50-80 year old vines. This is by far the richest of the line-up. Thanks to the very ripe 2015 vintage, this wine shows tons of concentrated lush fruit along with a creamy texture that coats the mouth. Hints of white peach, green apple and a long mouthwatering finish top it off!

Staff Image By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/10/2016 | Send Email
Every year the sales staff gets extremely excited about all of the new Domaine Renaud releases. These wines always offer exceptional cost to quality value. We each pick our favorite and covet them because they all sell out so quickly. I love them this year in this case the Pouilly Fuisse may be the best wine I've tasted from them. Ever! Lush apple and pear flavors surrounding by wet stones with a nose of candied ginger and dried lemon peel. Subtle white lilies round out the aromas. The Macons and St. Veran are always top value picks but for a few dollars more, this Pouilly Fuisse competes with some of the biggest names in Burgundy but for a fraction of the price.

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Alcohol Content (%): 14