(redirected from pouilly-fuisse)


A dry white Burgundy wine.

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


(ˈpu yi fwiˈseɪ)

a dry white wine from Burgundy.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
uk) and Chardonnay Domaine Corin Pouilly-Fuisse Les Chevrieres 2011 (PS20.
To mark the occasion try Louis Jadot Pouilly-Fuisse 2011, Burgundy, France (PS18.
We have guests who say they want a glass of chablis not realizing it's chardonnay, while in the 1990s people ordered pouilly-fuisse, also not realizing it was chardonnay.
As the weather warms up, a white wine like the Georges Duboeuf Pouilly-Fuisse Flower Label 2011 ($19.
Seventy five cent lobsters & Pouilly-Fuisse & Saigon River sampans rocking in moorings, reflections form their lanterns stirring the water like goofy carnival rides & across 50 kilometers-- to the edge or our world--arcs of tracers & popping of flares & muzzle flashes from 155's, & a few klicks south, a progression of fiery billows, precise as a garden row--750 pound night blossoms, planted from a B52, & two bites later, the grim rumbling-- a shaking of the earth.
Our wine to wash it down with was Pouilly-Fuisse, Clos Reyssie 2009.
Eisbein, Eiswein or is it the 1/4, un quart Pouilly-Fuisse speaking
Begin your moonlit feast with a refreshing glass of Pouilly-Fuisse and the simple bliss of fresh, briny oysters on the half shell.
Macon is a wonderful source of great-value whites, but for a real treat, try Guerrin's Pouilly-Fuisse 2005 (pounds 11.
99), an elegant wine with a satisfying finish; and Pouilly-Fuisse Domaine de la Chapelle ($18.
Reasonably priced white burgundy picks started with a 2004 Louis Jadot Pouilly-Fuisse at a $19 cost, a 2004 Pascal Bouchard Chablis at $21, a 2002 Michel Briday Rully at $25 and a 2002 La Chablisienne, Premier Cru Cote de Lechet Chablis at $28.