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Domaine de Bellivière

Vieilles Vignes Esparses Sans Soufre 2016

As I mention in my profile on Belliviere, the first time I tried this wine, the acid was the driving force of this wine. Since then, I’ve had an opportunity to open another bottle. In just a short amount of time, that gooseberry acidity has integrated beautifully in the wine, making space for a mirabelle yellow fruit character to envelope that energy in round, opulent texture. Immense wine, drinking beautifully...

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As I mention in my profile on Belliviere, the first time I tried this wine, the acid was the driving force of this wine. Since then, I’ve had an opportunity to open another bottle. In just a short amount of time, that gooseberry acidity has integrated beautifully in the wine, making space for a mirabelle yellow fruit character to envelope that energy in round, opulent texture. Immense wine, drinking beautifully now.

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As I mention in my profile on Belliviere, the first time I tried this wine, the acid was the driving force of this wine. Since then, I’ve had an opportunity to open another bottle. In just a short amount of time, that gooseberry acidity has integrated beautifully in the wine, making space for a mirabelle yellow fruit character to envelope that energy in round, opulent texture. Immense wine, drinking beautifully...

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As I mention in my profile on Belliviere, the first time I tried this wine, the acid was the driving force of this wine. Since then, I’ve had an opportunity to open another bottle. In just a short amount of time, that gooseberry acidity has integrated beautifully in the wine, making space for a mirabelle yellow fruit character to envelope that energy in round, opulent texture. Immense wine, drinking beautifully now.

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Domaine de Bellivière
Coteaux-du-Loir, Loire, France

The first time I tried wine from Domaine de Belliviere, I tasted the 2016 Vieilles Vignes Eparses and I can’t lie - it reminded me of the first time I ate a gooseberry. I hadn’t ever had one until very recently (reminder: I’m American) but I heard them used as a tasting description for wine so, so many times I was certain I’d know what to expect when...

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