Domaine de Pouy 2006 Vin de Pays des Côtes de Gasgogne ($8.99)
Clear, light straw color. Pleasant, fresh lemon-lime and green-apple aromas and flavors, crisp and dry, with a subtly "grassy" character behind the citric fruit on the nose and palate. Mouth-watering acidity joins a taste of lime in a medium-long finish. Nothing complex here, but it's a quenching table wine, on the light side at just 10.5% alcohol claimed on the label; fine with seafood and fish. US Importer: Robert Kacher Selections, Washington, D.C. (Nov 20, 2007)

FOOD MATCH: A fine choice with just about any choice of delicate, white-fleshed fish or seafood; it made an excellent multi-national match with linguine with white clam sauce.



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