1999 Guy Saget "3 Saisons" Sauvignon Blanc (Touraine) - Printable Version

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- hotwine - 08-05-2002 07:22 PM

Paired tonight with grilled speckled trout (leftover from last night's grilling, with which we enjoyed a Dom. de la Rossignole Sancerre, on which I've posted previoulsy), with diced tomato, garlic, olive oil and white wine reduction. The fish was still good, but this wine was not - a petrol nose, with sour lemon peel across the palate and much too long a finish for such plonk. It was $9.99 when purchased a couple of years ago, at least triple it's fair price. If you run across it at your retailer's, keep on a-runnin'.

Whoops. Maybe our kind moderator will move this to the proper forum.

[This message has been edited by hotwine (edited 08-05-2002).]