The New York Times

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Domaine Cédrick BARDIN Pouilly Fumé

Domaine Cédrick BARDIN Pouilly Fumé


Cédrick, Nelly BARDIN & Franck in the new cellar

Cédrick, Nelly BARDIN & Franck in the new cellar


The New York Times: Cédrick BARDIN 2011 Pouilly-Fumé under the radars…

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August 28, 2012
By: Julie DUMON

The New York Times


Cédrick BARDIN 2011 Pouilly-Fumé under the radars… among the top 3 Best Values
by Eric ASIMOV, Published:August 9th

In the orbit of Sancerre
In the context of this tasting, we preferred the Roger and three other bottles to the Daguenau. But I would not conclude that those other producers make better or more thought-provoking wines than Dagueneau .../
/...While Dagueneau is for special occasions, excellent daily choices abound, like the 2010 Pouilly-Fumé from Michel Redde for $24, fresh, structured and vivacious, and the 2011 Pouilly Fumé from Cédrick Bardin, lively and persistent with a sort of restrained pungence.
 BEST VALUE
- Jean Max Roger Menetou-Salon, $23, *** - Cuvée Le Charnay 2010
- Michel Redde et Fils Pouilly Fumé, $24 *** - La Moynerie 2010

- Cédick Bardin Pouilly Fumé 2011, $22, ***
"Fresh and lively with herbal, lime and mineral flavors; pungent yet restrained."
(Franck's Signature / Massanois Imports, Washington, D.C.)

- Jonathan Pabiot Pouilly Fumé 2011, $22, **1/2
- Didier Dagueneau Blanc, $90, **1/2 - Fumé de Pouilly 2009
- Pascal Jolivet Pouilly Fumé 2010, $22, **1/2
- André Dezat et Fils Pouilly Fumé, $21, **1/2 - Domaine Thibault 2010
- Domaine de Reuilly Reuilly, $20, **1/2 - Les Pierres Plates 2009
- Henri Bourgeois Pouilly Fumé, $20, **1/2 - Porte de l'Abbaye 2010
- Domaine Mardon Quincy Cuvée, $17, **1/2 - Très Vieilles Vignes 2010
 
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