Louis Jadot 2005 Pouilly-Fuissé ($23.99)
Transparent straw color. Delicious fresh apple and pear aromas, clean and rather delicate. A bit more forward on the palate, medium-bodied and dry, juicy white fruit and a distinct stony minerality; a tart, cleansing finish makes it an exceptional food wine. Good fruit, minerally, structured and lean, Chardonnay for those who don't think they like Chardonnay. US Importer: Kobrand Corp., NYC. (Sep 3, 2007)

FOOD MATCH: Fine for all but the lightest fish dishes, chicken and pork or a variety of cheese; it served very well with pork cutlets in a light fresh-tomato sauce over conchiglie pasta.

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