Agnès Et René Mosse Vin Blanc "Goldeneye" 2019 (12.5% ABV)
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This wine is named after a video game: Nintendo 64's 1997 first person-shooter Goldeneye (OSK and landmines were Jules' favorite modes. And of course no one allowed to play as Oddjob) itself named after the 1995 James Bond film starring Pierce Brosnan (who was downright mean as the antagonist in Ms. Doubtfire, the first PG-13 movie Jules saw in theatres. RIP Robin Williams)
The wine's appellation, Vin de la Communauté Européenne, is a real thing. It's usually used by huge cooperatives that blend juices from all over Europe. The Mosse were obligated to use it due to the international nature of the wine.
Gruner Veltliner from Austria and Loin de l’oeil from SW France. Vibrant and clean , peach, white pepper, citrus, musky aromatics - super refreshing . Please try !