2016 Domaine Sylvain Langoureau Bourgogne Aligote

SKU #1386039 Allen Meadows - Burghound

 Super-fresh aromas of citrus, apple and white flowers lead to utterly delicious, round and nicely intense flavors that exude a touch of salinity on the solidly complex and lingering finish. This is a very good aligoté and worth considering.  (6/2018)

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By: Heather Vander Wall | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/16/2019 | Send Email
This is one of the best Aligote expressions I've had. It is classically lean and fresh with bright citrus acidity, but at the same time smooth and clean with a nice, subtle texture on the palate and well balanced fruit. The aromas are herbal and reminiscent of verbena and honeydew melon. The melon fruit continues onto the palate and balances out the crisp grapefruit-y edge of the wine.

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