Dom les Tres Cantous Plageoles Mauzac Nature NV

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Robert Plageoles believes in rediscovering what has been lost. Not for him the slavish adherence to global varietals; he has grubbed up his plantings of Sauvignon and concentrated instead on the native Mauzac, in which he has found the potential for a whole range of styles. Mauzac, when dry (or sec tendre to be precise) can produce a fascinating soft style redolent of pears, white cherries and angelica; it is also responsible for sparkling wines and an array of sweeties ranging from the off dry (Roux) to the unique piercingly dry sherry-like Vin de Voile. Back to Mauzac, and back to Nature (so to speak) why not get your frothy jollies from the infinitely gluggable sparkler (à boire à l'esprit libre as Andrew Jefford quotes Plageoles as describing it). Champagne producers - please note quality of base product here!

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Varietal: Mauzac
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Coconut Rice Sweet Potato Cheesecake

RiceSelect's creamy Arborio gets blended with sweet potato, coconut milk and vanilla to create this decadent cheesecake. Pairs well with Saunternes; a white dessert wine that has hints of coconut from aging in oak barrels.

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Robert Plageoles believes in rediscovering what has been lost. Not for him the slavish adherence to global varietals; he has grubbed up his plantings of Sauvignon and concentrated instead on the native Mauzac, in which he has found the potential for a whole range of styles. Mauzac, when dry (or sec tendre to be precise) can produce a fascinating soft style redolent of pears, white cherries and angelica; it is also responsible for sparkling wines and an array of sweeties ranging from the off dry (Roux) to the unique piercingly dry sherry-like Vin de Voile. Back to Mauzac, and back to Nature (so to speak) why not get your frothy jollies from the infinitely gluggable sparkler (à boire à l'esprit libre as Andrew Jefford quotes Plageoles as describing it). Champagne producers - please note quality of base product here!

Dietary Information: Organic


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