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A dry white Burgundy wine.

[After Solutré-Pouilly and Fuissé, villages of east-central France.]


(ˈpu yi fwiˈseɪ)

a dry white wine from Burgundy.
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One of the largest houses in Burgundy, Louis Jadot also own historic producers such as Domaine Ferret in Pouilly Fuisse in the Maconnais which reflect the quality and complexity of the wines from this tiny appellation.
The partnership will focus on wines including Bourgogne Chardonnay Vieilles Vignes, Bourgogne Pinot Noir Vieilles Vignes, Cremant de Bourgogne, Cremant Rose de Bourgogne, Pouilly Fuisse, Macon Villages, and St Veran.
Henri Fessy Cuvee Vigne Vierge Pouilly Fuisse 2012, Saviez Vineyards & Wine Co.
The squash, melons and apples [in the late summer to early fall transitional period] are great with French unoaked chardonnays from Pouilly Fuisse and chablis, or with Loire Valley chenin blanc-based wines like Vouvray Sec and Savennieres," he says.
The 2011 Bouchard Aine & Fils Pouilly Fuisse drinks just as fetchingly as the 2009, which we sampled in 2012.
99 at Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury's) is a white Burgundy neighbouring the more famous Pouilly Fuisse and its flavoursome, buttery chardonnay fruit is great value.
French engineer Christophe Millot stands with his Wall-Ye prototype, a robot designed to prune vines, in the Pouilly Fuisse vineyard during a media presentation near Macon.
Booting off with some excellent onion soup we sparked open the Louis Jadot Pouilly Fuisse, 2006, after recovering from that stunning little combo we barreled through some snapper ceviche and a cheeky swig of Kim Crawford's amazing Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.
Finally, the LOUIS JADOT POUILLY FUISSE 2008 (RRP pounds 14.
David Cameron and George Osborne, however, you wouldn't imagine having much trouble telling their Pouilly Fuisse from their Pouilly Fume (Burgundy/Loire
While it lacks the subtle layering you might find in other Chardonnays such as Pouilly Fuisse or Chablis, its boldness can substitute for delicacy, though it needs to be well-chilled or else the sweet edge can begin to cloy.