A beautiful, but complex Pouilly-Fume from from Phillipe Raimbault is a 9th generation wine maker from the small village of Sury-en-Vaux, near Sancerre.
The Pouilly Fume appellation is just across the River Loire, Phillipe has several very well established vineyards and wine made from vines grown on these parcels of predominantly Kimmeridgian marl soil are blended for this Cuvee. It is this that gives the wine its name as it is mane from a ‘mosaic’ of terrors and this gives this wine its extraordinary balance.
100% Sauvignon Blanc
Pale straw in colour with a hint of green, a nice crisp nose of citrus and crisp green apple, on the palate the citrus continues with hints of Lemon and apple but is very well rounded by hints of chalky minerals.
As an aperitif on its own, but also perfect to enjoy with creamy soft cheeses, fish, poultry.
|Serving temp||11-12 ° C.|
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