This Beaujolais blanc Chardonnay was produced in the most northern tip of the Beaujolais wine region, where white wines from here are generally light and fresh. Didier Desvignes Beaujolais Blanc Chardonnay is manually harvested, with selective sorting of the whole bunches, and the grapes are directly pressed. The must is then stocked in stainless steel vats to preserve the fresh, fruity flavours. The deposits are allowed to settle and are then racked. The Beaujolais Blanc Chardonnay 2013 is pale lemon in colour, with an elegant nose of white flowers and green pear. In the mouth it is fresh and crisp, with lemon and apple. Totally scrumptious. Goes well with scallops, oysters and all grilled fish.
The aromatic purity marked by the sauvignon blanc is what characterises this wine. On the nose there are floral and mineral notes, followed by citrus fruits. On the palate it is dry and fresh with subtle fruit and citrus flavours. This sauvignon blanc blend is great drank alone or pairs well with all appetisers, grilled fish and seafood. A very pleasurable easy drinking white wine.
70% sauvignon blanc, 20% semillon, 10% muscadelle
AOC Blaye Cotes de Bordeaux
Cuvee Amelie Chardonnay 2016 from Domaine Cazulet.
The aromas of this un-oaked chardonnay are fresh and fruity. On the palate there is a lovely freshness to it, with a hint of white peach and lemon and good acidity. It is very well balanced with a medium finish. We think this chardonnay is a fabulous wine for the price. If you think you don't like chardonnay, we suggest you try this.
An amazing value organic white wine that oozes Mediterranean sunshine. It is fresh, with good acidity, grassy notes and lemon zest with fruity green apple. All that is needed with this delicious white wine is a bowl of olives and some salted crisps. But if you prefer something a bit more substantial, it pairs really well with grilled white meats, summer salads, shellfish and fish.
60% Marsanne, 30% Grenache blanc, 10% Roussane
AOC St Chinian
100% Chardonnay wine from the great organic vineyard of Stephane Cazulet. This is a very special chardonnay wine and we personally think that if you don't want to pay the price tag for a Burgundy, this is a great substitute. Aged in oak for 6 months, it has a pleasant nose of tropical fruits. It is rich and slightly buttery with delicious fruit of melon, pineapple and nectarine. We think it is quite special. Great with creamy dishes, salmon, and white richer meats.