Duc de Chapelle Sauvignon Blanc 2011
- French Regional,
- Comte Tolosan
- Duc de Chapelle
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Oaked Style
- Body Style
- Light bodied
- Dry / Sweet Style
- Bone dry
- Alcohol Content (%)
- Closure Style
- Screw Cap
- Organic / Biodynamic
The Comte Tolosan derives from France`s southwest, around Toulouse. It is a Vin de Pays which groups together 11 `départments`, set up in 1982, to enable wine growers to achieve a consistent style of south west wine where there is a wide diversity of soil types, climate and grape varieties.
The `Duc de Chapelle` range of French regional wines were created by the buying team to satisfy the demands of discerning restaurateur. Each autumn, as the new vintage fermentations are competed, the Chapelle blends are created from the selected vats submitted by regional producers from South West France and northern Languedoc. The resulting wines have clearly defined varietal character and universal appeal.
A Duc de Chapelle wine has twice been selected into the ‘Top 100 Vin de Pays’.
Aromatic Sauvignon, typically grassy with zesty lemon and lime character. Exotic gooseberry and grapefruit flavours develop on a well balanced palate ending with fresh rounded acidity. Recently one of France`s Top 100 Vin de Pays.
Aromatic Sauvignon, typically grassy with zesty lemon and lime character. Exotic gooseberry and grapefruit flavours develop on a well balanced palate.
An excellent aperitif wine and good accompaniment to cold seafood salads, shellfish, grilled vegetables and asparagus.
A French top Vin de Pays two years in succession.
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