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H. Poiron et Fils 1997 le Fief Giraud Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie ($10.99)
Clear straw color. Musky melon and a whiff of hay in the aroma; bright and tart flavor, melon and snappy citric acidity. Crisp and fresh; simple, pleasant if unexciting food wine. U.S. importer: Langdon Shiverick Inc., Cleveland. (March 26, 2000)
FOOD MATCH: Good cleansing quaff with smoked-salmon ravioli in a Mornay-style sauce.
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