Domaine Bellegarde Cuvée Tradition 2012


Crossing seas now back to France, this is a good Jurançon.  It is not overly sweet, and therefore, I think this style is probably better suited to more desserts than Sauternes.  There are aromas of caramel, brown sugar and mandarin peel.  The palate has super fresh acidity, and a lovely balance to it.  Any botrytis influence is subdued, and the mandarin, lemon and orange zest characters complement its freshness.  This is easy to recommend.  G-VG

Abv: 13.5%, Price: $28 (375ml), Source: sample, Vendors and website: http://discovervin.com.au, Tasted: 2015
Jurançon
July 12, 2015
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