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Abbesse de Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2018
Noël Bougrier’s Abbesse de Loire Sauvignon Blanc is a perennial favorite, thanks to its pure, citrus-fruit flavors and grassy-fresh quality. And with 2018 being hailed as an excellent harvest in the Loire Valley, we recommend you place a quick order.
Pierre Brecht Cuvée Cinq 2018
France’s premium Alsace region produces some of the country’s finest whites – as you’ll taste with this gold-medal exclusive. From a 350-year-old family estate, it marries Riesling, Gewürztraminer, and Muscat for layers of ripe, stone fruit flavor.
Le Vin Blanc de Mademoiselle Fifi 2018
Top critic Robert Parker muses that Gascony’s exhilarating whites could be France’s “greatest white wine value.” Named after an elegant Parisian, this citrusy Colombard-Sauvignon blend makes a strong case – with FIVE gold medals and a modest price.
Colombe Sauvignon Blanc 2019
Talented winemaker Jean-Marc Sauboua crafts some of our most popular Bordeaux. Wait until you taste his thrilling new Sauvignon Blanc. Showing off the stellar 2019 vintage, Château de Colombe brims with citrus/fresh-cut grass characters.
Les Cailloux Dorés Chardonnay 2019
The talented Mark Hoddy found the fruit for this gorgeous French Chardonnay in a special hillside vineyard, where high elevation and brilliant sunshine yield fresh, concentrated flavors. Light oak aging adds hints of honey to the ripe citrus notes.
Le Champ des Etoiles Chardonnay 2019
Le Champ des Etoiles is one of our most popular Pinot Noirs – so naturally, we wanted to bring you its “little sister” Chardonnay. Made in the image of top-notch white Burgundy, it’s citrusy, barrel aged, and has an impressive gold-medal pedigree.
Blanc Neuf La Bastide 2018
Here’s a great-value, trophy-pedigree white from France’s celebrated Bonfils family. Crafted from the southern Rhône’s classic white grapes (Viognier, Marsanne, and Roussanne), it’s wonderfully aromatic and bursting with peach, juicy pear, and more.
Les Belons 2019
When winemakers along France’s Atlantic Coast finish a long work day, they flock to Cap Ferret’s beachside oyster shacks. It was here that our expert discovered Les Belons, a vibrant, citrus-packed white named for Bordeaux’s prized oysters.