Domaine Cauhapé 2017 Quatre Temps White (Jurançon Sec) Rating and Review | Wine Enthusiast
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Domaine Cauhapé 2017 Quatre Temps White (Jurançon Sec)

Rating
92
Price
$20
Variety
Wine Type
Alcohol
14.5%
Bottle Size
750 ml
Issue Date
12/31/2020
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Half-and-half Petit and Gros Manseng, this dry wine has touches of honey and apricots as well as deliciously rich ripe apples. As a contrast to all this fruitiness, this fine wine is textured and perfumed and is ready to drink. Roger Voss

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98-100

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94-97

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90-93

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Highly recommended

87-89

Very Good
Often good value; well recommended

83-86

Good
Suitable for everyday consumption, often good value

80-82

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