Domaine Faiveley 2010 Macon Villages - Chardonnay White Wine

White Wine by Domaine Faiveley from Burgundy, France - regions. Pale yellow-gold color, clear and bright. Opens up with notes of exotic fruits (pineapple and passion fruit), citrus fruits (limes) and white peaches. Fresh and balanced on the palate. The acidity reinforces the minerality of this wine. The finish is long-lasting, clean and refreshing.

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