Racy Verdejo is a big hit with Sauvignon Blanc fans. Spain’s stylish Rueda region is a fine place for it – and this glorious, insiders-only find is as good with seafood as a squeeze of fresh lime.
Average Customer Rating:
(9 Reviews) 8
Rating Snapshot(9 reviews)
7 out of 9(78%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Lime Leaf Vino Blanco 2011
Review 1 for Lime Leaf Vino Blanco 2011
Date:November 2, 2015
Too grape fruity for me
Response from WSJwine:By Emmit, Customer Service, November 4, 2015
We are sorry for the disappointment. A refund for this bottle has been made and will make sure this wine doesn't feature in any of your future wine club cases.
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If you have never tried Verdejo, then you should give this wine a shot. You can tell this is a premium wine from the first sip. This de-classified Verdejo has a unique citrus aroma, refreshing acidity, and a well balanced finish. If you like French Sauv Blancs then you should try Lime Leaf. I have purchased this wine repeatedly and will keep buying as long as the WSJ wine masters keep importing it.
One of the better whites we've received from the club. Wonderful citrus notes that pair well with grilled herb chicken.
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Review 5 for Lime Leaf Vino Blanco 2011
My Favorite Wine is:White Wine Only
couldn't drink it
Date:October 19, 2013
I knew it was a problem when I reached for the boxed wine rather than finish this bottle
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Review 6 for Lime Leaf Vino Blanco 2011
My Favorite Wine is:Red & White Wine
Date:July 27, 2012
Don't be put off by the name Lime Leaf. This wine is delicious. Reminded me of a good Sancerre. It's dry, smooth, and fairly light but with a little body. I enjoyed it both as an aperitif and with a flavorful cassoulet.