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  • Still this is the elegant varietal that makes up Burgundy wines such as Puligny Montrachet, Pouilly-Fuisse, and Corton Charlemagne.

    Brad Haskel: The Importance of French Wine

  • Still this is the elegant varietal that makes up Burgundy wines such as Puligny Montrachet, Pouilly-Fuisse, and Corton Charlemagne.

    Brad Haskel: The Importance of French Wine

  • An open bottle of Jadot Pouilly-Fuisse stood behind her tulip-shaped wineglass.

    Harbinger

  • An open bottle of Jadot Pouilly-Fuisse stood behind her tulip-shaped wineglass.

    Harbinger

  • Still, persistent readers will be rewarded with a deeper appreciation of their next bottle of wine, be it retsina or Pouilly-Fuisse.

    Books: Roots of the Vine

  • It also explains those crazy contracts in which a rock band demands bowls of M&M's in their hotel room, a concert pianist will perform only on Sundays, and a famous TV actor won't go on the set unless a refrigerator nearby is filled with bottles of the fine wine Pouilly-Fuisse kept at a specified temperature.

    The O'Reilly Factor

  • Ontario Chardonnays and Rieslings will be compared to Chablis, Pouilly-Fuisse and Puligny-Montrachet, and the Pinot Noirs will be an alternative to expensive red Burgundy.

    The Ontario Wine Industry

  • 'This Pouilly-Fuisse is perfect with sole,' said Grenade.

    Funeral In Berlin

  • It is a delightful and refreshing burgundian white made from Chardonnay grapes and produced by a group of five growers from a village near Pouilly-Fuisse.

    Shropshire Star

  • So I cracked open a leftover bottle of Pouilly-Fuisse and I found

    Fussy

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