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La Poussie Sancerre Blanc

La Poussie Sancerre Blanc 2015

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - September 30, 2017

90 Points “Tasty thyme and chive notes lead the way, followed by lemon and gooseberry flavors. Ends with a tangy, refreshing finish. Drink now through 2018.”

La Poussie Sancerre Blanc 2013 Archived REVIEWS

International Wine Cellar - Joel B. Payne - October 01, 2014

89 Points "Light yellow. Flinty aromas of apple, orange blossom and wet stone. Tactile and a touch rough-grained, with chalky minerality giving definition to the classically dry sauvignon blanc flavors of lemon zest, herbs and quinine. Tightens up on the back of the palate, finishing with good lift to its stony flavors."

La Poussie Sancerre Blanc 2009 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - November 30, 2011

91 Points "Ripe and driven, with a lush edge to the lemon curd and lemon pound cake notes, backed by verbena, grapefruit zest and peach. The long finish has nice cut through the middle."

La Poussie Sancerre Blanc 2006 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - June 15, 2009

90 Points "A lengthy, pure, unadorned style, with a beam of citrus peel and floral notes that is backed by hints of straw, wet stone and mineral. The finish is long and very stylish."

La Poussie Sancerre Blanc 2005 Archived REVIEWS

Wine Spectator - James Molesworth - June 15, 2008

88 points "Lean, with lots of thyme, chive and flint flavors backed by a boney finish. Drink now through 2009."

Wall Street Journal - Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher - May 02, 2008

Recommended "Serious intensity and minerality. Laser-focused, ripe lime-grapefruit tastes. Pure tastes. Long finish. Limestone, seashells and slate. Rich fruit flavors and a long finish" A Sancerre to look for.