External Reviews for Domaine de Coussergues Sauvignon Blanc
The 2010 Sauvignon Blanc exhibits more fig, grapefruit, and tart lemon-lime notes in a light to medium-bodied, crisp style that is classic Sauvignon.
The light-bodied, fresh 2008 Sauvignon Blanc exhibits melony fruit intermixed with honeyed citrus and a hint of dried herbs. This winery does a much better job with white wines than reds. All four of these offerings are crisp, fresh, lively, aromatic whites that are best consumed over the next 6ndash;12 months.
Cantaloupe with a hint of lime, maybe? What a delicious bouquet to begin with. Very pale color in the glass, almost translucent, but the taste is wonderful, subtle, not too acidic mdash; perfect for everyday. Pretty wine.
As good as the Chardonnay, with additional notes of herbs, figs, and melons is the light to medium-bodied, soft, round 2002 Sauvignon Blanc. Itrsquo;s a lot of wine for the price.
This Sauvignon from the Languedoc of southern France brims with the bright, zesty flavors of lemon grass and tart apple. Its taste is clean and balanced with lively acidity and a crisp finish.
Pale color with green hints. Powerful, complex, floral (honeysuckle) and fruity (peach, passion fruit) nose. Well-balanced; a rich, fresh wine.
Cantaloupe with a hint of lime, maybe? What a delicious bouquet to begin with. Very pale color in the glass, almost translucent, but the taste is wonderful, subtle, not too acidic - perfect for everyday. Pretty wine.