Wine Review: 2010 Domaine du Tariquet Cotes de Gascogne France Chardonnay

There is a lot going on in this bottle of Chardonnay from Gascogne. It possesses qualities that represent the essence of the word terroir. Complex and unique there are not a lot of Chardonnay’s out there that exhibit this amount of style. The fruit has to share center stage with the other components in this wine which are minerality, toasted buttery bread and vanilla. A well made roasted chicken will be a perfect pairing for this wine. Good QPR.

Rating: Very Good (87) | $10 | 12.5% ABV

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2 Responses to “Wine Review: 2010 Domaine du Tariquet Cotes de Gascogne France Chardonnay”

  1. Billye says:

    Thanks for the post, can you make it so I get an update sent in an email when you make a new update?


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