French Whites Show Case

French Whites Show Case
With the vast array of French white wines in our list the aim of this show case is for you to taste three very different but equally delicious styles.  Our hugely popular Sancerre beating Touraine Sauvignon, an award winning and fantastic value Chablis and a zesty, fresh, blend from the South of France.
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Petit Chablis 2010, J. Moreau et Fils

1 x Petit Chablis 2010, J. Moreau et Fils

France | Chablis
Sourced from the outlying parts of the Chablis region comes this dry, white wine, similar in style to its more famous brother…
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Rare Vineyards Marsanne-Viognier 2011

1 x Rare Vineyards Marsanne-Viognier 2011

France | Languedoc-Roussillon
A blend of white Rhône varieties which have been transplanted to the warm vineyards of the Languedoc in southern France. Unoaked the emphasis is on fresh, lively citrus fruit with the roundedness of warmer Mediterranean flavours such as ripe peaches.
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Touraine Sauvignon 2011, Domaine Trotignon

1 x Touraine Sauvignon 2011, Domaine Trotignon

France | Loire
A zesty, dry, crisp wine with a waft of gooseberry. As good as many a Sancerre. Made close to the city of Touraine from the most famous of Loire grapes - Sauvignon Blanc. Yes they were growing it here long before the Kiwis.
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