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Chateau De Suronde Quarts De Chaume 2004 500ml

Rated 94 - This late release is showing beautifully, with glazed peach and pear notes lifted by hints of orange zest, green tea and honeysuckle....
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Domaine Des Baumard Quarts De Chaume 2010 375ml

Rated 96 - Unctuous, concentrated and refined, this holds a large core of quince, creamed Anjou pear and white ginger notes in reserve for now,...
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Domaine Des Baumard Quarts De Chaume 2010 750ml

Rated 96 - Unctuous, concentrated and refined, this holds a large core of quince, creamed Anjou pear and white ginger notes in reserve for now,...
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Domaine Jo Pithon Quarts De Chaume Les Varennes 2001 750ml

Rated 92 - Plump and full, with ginger, quince, persimmon and orange blossom notes that stay fresh through the rich finish, where alluring smoke...
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Domaine Jo Pithon Quarts De Chaume Les Varennes 2003 750ml

Rated 94 - With an auburn color and dark notes of maple, date and sugared walnut, this will be a different paradigm for most. Yet manages to stay...

France - Loire

The river Loire, the longest river in France, flows north through the heart of France, then west where it empties into the Atlantic. For centuries it has provided an avenue for commerce and culture. No wonder, then, that the Loire Valley became a center for political power and wealth, ruled by an educated elite who built chateaux not as a base from which to tend their vineyards as in Bordeaux, but as a demonstration of their influence and prestige. The Loire boasts a variety of soils and climate, from continental in the east to maritime in the west, and can produce any number of wines. The region is roughly divided into four areas: Pays Nantais, at the mouth of the river and home of Muscadet, Anjou, Touraine and the Central Vineyards. No special classification exists, although the AC system is in full swing--even the smallest areas with a distinctive style have their own appellations.