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 Gallien from Château DUDON

wine tasting

 

Gallien 1999 :

Gold streams luminous, heavy, shining.

Nose marked by candied fruits with white pulp evolving on frozen chestnuts notes.

The mouth is full and reveals a rich material well supported by a rich liquor.

A great vintage, nicely worked where the smoothness of Sauvignon and Sémillon is bare exposed, simply offered to the time proof.

Surprising bottle for a cost effective price. We tasted it on a sea-bream cooked with crystallized lemons.

 

Tastings from Jacqueline Bonnet and Claude Brigaud; wine waiter of the UDSF –Union des Sommeliers de France).
 

Gallien 2004 :

Beautiful brilliant straw-yellow dress, with a hint of bright green.

Pleasant, expressive nose, marked by subtle aromas of ripe fruits flavours heightened by a honey touch.

A vaporous, slightly acid mouth brings a pleasant sensation of freshness on a set of round, soft and sweet flavours.

Attractive potential in this bottle; we are staggered  in front of this elegant and amazing achievement.

 

As Gabriel Vicaire 1884 said: "What is needed to be happy in this world? Have in his right hand a jar of old wine (Gallien), in pocket an crown, of the sun in the eyes, " (At cabaret)

 

Tastings from Jacqueline Bonnet and Claude Brigaud; wine waiter of the UDSF –Union des Sommeliers de France).

 

Available vintages

 

 


Gallien
© 2007 Château Dudon