(2011 Vintage) Pale lemon-gold in the glass, Delhommeau’s Harmonie soars with salty and mineral-driven aromas of lemon oil, gunflint and briny oyster shells. Deep and balanced yet deliciously accessible for a young Muscadet, the Harmonie’s texture is satisfyingly broad and refreshing right out of the gate. Notes of grapefruit, Anjou pear, gooseberry and lemongrass mingle with impressions of salty sea air and oyster shell minerality. Long and savory, the wine finishes extraordinarily fresh, vivacious and clean, and begs you to slurp another Belon oyster or Littleneck clam, or take another bite of Dungeness crab or sole in a beurre blanc sauce.
International Wine Cellar"Silver-straw color. Offers the same high-pitched, mineral-driven citrus profile of the St. Vincent but with added elements of yellow plum and pungent herbs. Lively but deeply concentrated orange and orchard fruit flavors show weightier nectarine and mango qualities in the mid-palate, with a dusty mineral element adding focus. The herbal quality repeats on the tangy finish. For the price, this is a steal."Looking for a great cheese pairing for this wine?This livley white is best paired with Mo...