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2010 Flint Dry


Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2010 Other vintages
2013, 2012 and 2011
Appellation:Kent (England, United Kingdom)
Winery: Chapel Down
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Bacchus, Chardonnay, Huxelrebe
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
The 2010 Flint Dry is a white wine from Kent produced by Chapel Down with the best huxelrebe, chardonnay and bacchus grapes from the 2010 vintage. Drinks&Co users reviewed this white wine with 4 of 5 points.

Elaboration of 2010 Flint Dry

2010 Flint Dry (Bacchus, Chardonnay and Huxelrebe)

Flint Dry is a mixture of varieties of vineyards in South East England


  • View: Pale yellow with almost transparent reflections.
  • Nose: The wine is dry and wood with hints of pear, plum, citrus, flowers and stone fruit on the nose.
  • Palate: In the mouth is dry and shows on the palate flavors of peach, melon, citrus and pineapple. England in a glass.
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Reviews of 2010 Flint Dry


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4 /5

Flint Dry, deep yellow. Flint Dry recalls white fruit. Smoky notes in the mouth.
We prepared some sushi to pair it with this white wine.
It was a birthday present for my friend.
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Flint Dry 2010

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Deep colour, characteristic of Flint Dry. In my opinion, the Flint Dry smelled like mango, banana and pear. More than toasted notes, tastes slightly burnt.
It was good with rice.
I drank it plane.
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I thought the Flint Dry would be perfect for a romantic evening.
A Bacchus with a very dull colour. In my opinion, the Flint Dry smelled like mango, banana and pear. It tasted like candy.
This Flint Dry does not need food to accompany.
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My friends wanted me to taste it.
It had a bright yellow colour. Clearly noticeable aromas of white fruits. It reveals a kind of salty aftertaste .
The perfect accompaniment for baked fish.
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