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Default TN: 2005 Vissoux Fleurie

Having been stimulated by a tasting note read elsewhere, last night I
decided to open a bottle of the:

2005 Dom. de Vissoux Fleurie Poncié
nose: bright, juicy Beaujolais fruit, stones
palate: vibrant fruit, crisp mouthfeel, silky and deep with a strong
mineral streak

As per the note I read, this was decanted an hour prior to serving, and
it was served with a roast chicken, roasted potato and braised kale
dinner. The wine was a lovely accompaniment to the food and absolutely
delicious. $18 when purchased earlier this year.

Mark Lipton
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Default TN: 2005 Vissoux Fleurie

On Aug 4, 2:00�pm, Mark Lipton wrote:
Having been stimulated by a tasting note read elsewhere, last night I
decided to open a bottle of the:

2005 Dom. de Vissoux Fleurie Poncié
nose: bright, juicy Beaujolais fruit, stones
palate: vibrant fruit, crisp mouthfeel, silky and deep with a strong
mineral streak

As per the note I read, this was decanted an hour prior to serving, and
it was served with a roast chicken, roasted potato and braised kale
dinner. *The wine was a lovely accompaniment to the food and absolutely
delicious. *$18 when purchased earlier this year.

Mark Lipton
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Nice wine, maybe even my favorite of all the 2005 Beaujolais I had
tried

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Default TN: 2005 Vissoux Fleurie

On Aug 4, 2:00�pm, Mark Lipton wrote:
Having been stimulated by a tasting note read elsewhere, last night I
decided to open a bottle of the:

2005 Dom. de Vissoux Fleurie Poncié
nose: bright, juicy Beaujolais fruit, stones
palate: vibrant fruit, crisp mouthfeel, silky and deep with a strong
mineral streak

As per the note I read, this was decanted an hour prior to serving, and
it was served with a roast chicken, roasted potato and braised kale
dinner. *The wine was a lovely accompaniment to the food and absolutely
delicious. *$18 when purchased earlier this year.

Mark Lipton
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PS Garnet still has for $18. Not my favorite store, but ok for current
release.



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