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I prefer this Macon chardonnay to the oakier Australian chardonnays, a firm favorite of mine,and good value for the money, also very efficient service from Majestic
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I was selling Louis Jadot wines (along with several hundred other wines) for many years. I always recommended them to my customers....and this particular wine proved very successful, year after year. If you've not tasted a Chardonnay for a long time I urge you to try it. I would add that the £7.99 price tag is as good as the wholesale price!!
Jadot quality is always close to very good and this wine follows the pattern. Very drinkable
I fell for a bottle of 2010 which was a gift, loving its' clean fruity flavour and smooth finish. My first reaction to the 2011 was disappointment, but either I hadn't let it rest enough before drinking it or I had a rogue bottle, because it's returned to it place as a very pleasant drinkable wine.
Your description of the wine as "soft and buttery" I think underestimates this wine, which I find has rather more "guts" than this suggests. There is enough fruit to balance this - is there a little oak, too? - and I find this an attractive wine to go with a wide range of food.
By Burgundy standards, good value, as I often find with this region, e.g. St. Veran.
Tend to steer away from Jadot as the 'jacob's Creek' of burgundy but I really enjoy this. Nothing flashy but consistent and a little hint of how a decent burgundy should taste. Wine (food) for thought.
bursts with fine, nutty, buttery fruit (2010 Vintage)
"Check out…. Jadot’s 2010 Mâcon-Villages, Les Roches Blanches, bursts with fine, nutty, buttery fruit. (Jane MacQuitty, The Times, 19th May 2012)"
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