I had this one as a house wine at Spice. The wine is quite pale in color. Nice grassy lemon on the bouquet with a hint of sweetness. On the mid pallet there are citrus and grassy flavors to match the bouquet. On the finish the wine has a touch of tartness and is on the lighter side of medium. For a $9.20 bottle of wine it was quite enjoyable. Very food friendly. We had it with a Cantonese chow mein and it went well. This is yet another bargain priced Chilean Sauv Blanc. I am truely on a roll! I would give it an 88-89 ish.

From the LCBO web site:

J. BOUCHON SAUVIGNON BLANC LCBO 531749 | 750 mL bottle Price: $ 9.20
Wine, White Wine, 13.0% Alcohol/Vol.
Made in: Chile, Chile By: Vinedos J. Bouchon Y Cia. Ltda.

Tasting Note
Pale straw colour; citrus and peach fruit with gentle grassy notes; dry, with fine balancing acidity, light tropical fruit, melon and citrus on the palate; dry, crisp and well balanced on the finish.

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