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  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2011 Saint-Véran

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2011 Saint-Véran
     

    $19

    Our favorite wine to take to parties or drink with friends! Blended from multiple Saint Véran plots, it’s a vibrant, young Chardonnay with a beautiful bouquet — great for everyday drinking.

    • Apple and scents of nutmeg and other sweet spices show on a fruity, vibrant, youthful nose. Subtle smoke, lemon, a hint of butter, and a little perfume in the background round out the aromas. Light on the palate, with tart acidity lending verve to pronounced lemon-lime and pear flavors. Refreshing, with a silky texture and precise fruit flavors that persist through a clean, crisp, moderately long finish. Likely to be at peak in 2015–2016.

      Food pairing: salad, shellfish, light cheeses

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2012 Macon-Fuissé Bois de la Croix

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2012 Macon-Fuissé
    Bois de la Croix

    $20

    Barely a notch below its better known neighbor Pouilly-Fuissé, this single-parcel Chardonnay displays the lively balance of fruit and minerality that characterizes Domaine Thibert’s wines.

    • Sweet spice, chalky minerality, fruit aromas, and vegetation mark a youthful nose with white floral notes in the background. The palate features lively fruit and good acidity that lasts through to the clean finish. There’s an attractive chalky, youthful quality to this light- to medium-bodied wine. Simple, but tasty. Delicious now. Drink by 2016.

      Food pairing: lighter fish or white meat chicken in lemon sauce

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2010 Saint-Véran Bois de Fée

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2010 Saint-Véran
    Bois de Fée

    $23

    Sometimes compared to a Meursault, Bois de Fée is made from a single parcel of old vines with privileged exposition. It perfectly illustrates the potential for Southern Burgundy Chardonnays to outshine their more illustrious neighbors to the North — when placed in the right hands. Drink now.

    • An opulent, buttery nose with hints of caramel in the background. Straightforward, but appealing. Rich, buttery, up-front fruit flavors are complemented by bright acidity that lingers on a long, nicely balanced finish. Approachable now, but the lively acidity suggests this wine will mellow with a little more time in bottle. An excellent value for everyday drinking.

      Food pairing: Lobster, grilled fish, roasted squash with butter

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2011 Saint-Véran Bois de Fée

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2011 Saint-Véran
    Bois de Fée

    $23

    Sometimes compared to a Meursault, Bois de Fée is made from a single parcel of old vines with privileged exposition. It perfectly illustrates the potential for Southern Burgundy Chardonnays to outshine their more illustrious neighbors to the North — when placed in the right hands. Drink now.

    • A pretty, pale greenish-yellow in the glass with an appealing nose suggesting nuts, smoke, sweet spice, toasted oak, and dry sherry. Medium body. Slightly tart, with lemony citrus flavors but also a fruity richness overlaid with smoke and something nutty. Supple tannins and a creamy, slightly chewy texture balance the brisk acidity and give the palate weight. The acidity instantly made me hungry. Rich on the extended finish. A wine with verve!

      Food pairing: Shellfish in sauce

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2010 Pouilly-Vinzelles Les Longeays

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2010 Pouilly-Vinzelles
    Les Longeays

    $24

    A clean, modern wine that perfectly illustrates what happens when really talented winemakers work hard to bring out their terroirs. While Chardonnays from Southern Burgundy have traditionally been dry and mineral, Thibert’s wines are silky, with a lingering fruit finish.

    • A delicate nose of soft apples, subtle white truffle, lemon, stony mineral scents, and floral notes. Zippy acidity balances intense citrus fruit in this light-bodied wine. Fruit-forward, with a mouth-coating texture that lingers through a lively, moderately long finish.

      Food pairing: salade nicoise, poultry

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2011 Pouilly-Vinzelles Les Longeays

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2011 Pouilly-Vinzelles
    Les Longeays

    $24

    A clean, modern wine that perfectly illustrates what happens when really talented winemakers work hard to bring out their terroirs. While Chardonnays from Southern Burgundy have traditionally been dry and mineral, Thibert’s wines are silky, with a lingering fruit finish.

    • A Chardonnay can have toasty notes without being buttery, and this is a good example of the type. Offers rich notes of toasted almond and vanilla on the nose with green apples in the background. Green apple dominates the palate at first, but a bit of pineapple sneaks in on the finish.

      Food pairing: Oil poached halibut

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2011 Pouilly-Fuissé Les Ménétrières

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2011 Pouilly-Fuissé
    Les Ménétrières

    $39

    A clean, modern wine that perfectly illustrates what happens when talented winemakers work hard to bring out their terroirs. While Chardonnays form Southern Burgundy have traditionally been dry and mineral, Thibert’s wines are silky, with a lingering fruit finish.

    • A pretty, pale gold with an attractive, expressive nose suggestive of sweet melon, citrus, and butter but with sappy and floral hints as well, eventually even developing some delicate but more exotic notes such as coconut. A little reserved at first, but, once open, achieves a remarkable balance between evolving, rich, almost unctuous, buttery characteristics and a taut acidity. A marvel of poise. A real overachiever for this appellation. Delicious now, but likely to improve.

      Food pairing: crab, oysters, mussels, seafood pasta, chicken or veal with wild mushroom cream sauce

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2011 Pouilly-Fuissé Vignes Blanches

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2011 Pouilly-Fuissé
    Vignes Blanches

    $39

    Winner of the bronze medal in the Decanter World Wine Awards, this Chardonnay is clean, modern, and a perfect illustration of what happens when talented winemakers work hard to bring out their terroir. While Chardonnays from Southern Burgundy have traditionally been dry and mineral, Thibert’s are are silky, melony, with a lingering fruit finish. Best after some aging.

    • The nose suggests smoke, nuts, vegetation, black butter, and pungent spice. Concentrated ripe fruit and a candied note give an impression of sweetness, while citrus, smoky oak, and nuts round out the palate flavors. Rich and intense, but balanced by good acidity. An unusually silky texture and the lingering, fruity finish are especially appealing.

      Food pairing: Light meats, poultry and fish

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2010 Pouilly-Fuissé Les Ménétrières

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2010 Pouilly-Fuissé
    Les Ménétrières

    $39

    A clean, modern wine that perfectly illustrates what happens when really talented winemakers work hard to bring out their terroirs. While Chardonnays from Southern Burgundy have traditionally been dry and mineral, Thibert’s wines are silky, melony, with a lingering fruit finish.

    • A delicately perfumed, complex nose, initially with floral scents, minerals (talc), toast, and subtle pineapple, evolves in the direction of riper, lusher scents. Achieves a surprising balance, managing to seem rich—with toasty, buttery flavors—but not at all heavy; in fact, it has an almost ethereal quality, a lightness that rests on a backbone of acidity that seems perfectly adjusted to the richness it offsets, an acidity that holds through a lingering finish. Among the finest Pouilly-Fuissé wines you’re likely to encounter. Delicious now, but will improve.

      Food pairing: Aperitif, fish—grilled or meunière, scallops, mushroom risotto

  • French White Burgundy Wine, Domaine Thibert Père et Fils 2010 Pouilly-Fuissé Vignes Blanches

    Domaine Thibert Père et Fils
    2010 Pouilly-Fuissé
    Vignes Blanches

    $39

    Winner of the bronze medal in the Decanter World Wine Awards, this Chardonnay is clean, modern, and a perfect illustration of what happens when really skilled and talented people work hard to bring out their terroirs. While Chardonnays from Southern Burgundy have traditionally been dry and mineral, Thibert’s wines are are silky, melony, with a lingering fruit finish. Best after brief cellaring.

    • Closed at present but with hints of butter and pineapple, toast, and caramel on the nose. Highly extracted, concentrated, rich fruit flavors on the palate are balanced by a healthy dose of acidity that makes this wine drinkable now, but it’s still evolving and a little more time in bottle is likely to reveal greater subtlety.

      Food pairing: Herbed, grilled fish; oysters; pasta in light cream sauce; roasted chicken

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