The Joseph Drouhin 2008 Rully wine is of the Chardonnay variety from France, produced within the nan vineyard in the Burgundy province. The cost is $20. This wine has a score of 89/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is the southernmost of the wines from the award-winning estate. It shows the high humidity of the vintage, along with its intense, spicy fruits. It brings up the acidity of the vintage, and continues to develop well, with its bright, fresh acidity. It is a wine for aging. Drink from 2017.
This is a ripe wine with red-berry fruits. With its crisp acidity, it is light and bright. The rich red fruits will soften over the course of the wine and give it an attractive aftertaste. Drink from 2017.
This is a quiet, controlled wine that shows a good balance between its ripeness and its acidity. The black plum and cassis fruits are sweetened with dry tannins. The aftertaste is fresh and fresh with acidity, and can be drunk now.
The nose is restrained on this bottling, which boasts a smooth texture and light acidity. Hidden under the light, fresh fruit is a mineral texture that lends a mineral edge and freshness. The bright acidity at the end lifts the finish.
Violet, plum, smoke, bramble, black-skinned berry and a whiff of game are some of the aromas you’ll find on this bottling from this vineyard. The palate has a somewhat peculiar mouthfeel, featuring black-skinned berry, graphite, nutmeg and a hint of vanilla. The long finish is slightly drying but overall it’s enjoyable.
This wine is one of the first wines from this new producer from Lodi. It is a smooth, round, full-bodied wine with ripe, green fruits and fresh acidity that are layered with a touch of toast. Together it brings a richness of flavor and a lingering finish. Drink now.
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