Domaine de Pouy has been one of France’s best white wine producers for decades. Robert Parker, Jr. himself spent years gushing over the wines, calling it “always one of his favorite inexpensive dry whites”, “One of America’s finest white wine values” and that the “exuberant, super-aromatic white was one of the best in Cotes de Gascogne, a region known for churning out some of the most interesting and affordable wines anywhere in the world.
The newly released Domaine de Pouy Cotes de Gascogne is a fantastic white wine value that owes much of its energy and freshness to its cold soaks on the skins during harvest and never touching oak in the aging process. That leaves a pent up white wine loaded with aromatics that jumps out of the bottle with green apple, melon and citrus with a racy finish. It’s juicy, crisp and a good compliment to pretty much anything on the table.
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