Joe Fattorini's Tasting Note: "If ever in doubt when describing white Burgundy go for ‘white flowers’. It’s a catch-all description that sounds impressively non-descript, and does actually sum up the non-exuberant florarity of this wine without saying ‘non-exuberant florality’. Bigger houses like Louis Latour keep consistency up in poorer years like 2013 so we can still enjoy well-made, citrus and honeysuckle scented wines like this."
Pouilly-Fuissé is the name of a village in the Mâconnais producing highly distinctive Chardonnay wine.
The vineyards producing this wine are part of a breath-taking landscape where the limestone and heavy clay soils combine to create a unique 'terroir'.
Pouilly-Fuissé reveals a nice and brilliant pale yellow colour.
On the nose, complex aromas of white flowers and acacia, honey and white fruits.
On the palate, it is opulent and elegant. You will find floral notes, almond paste and fresh hazelnut. It is a little spicy on the finish.