François Cazin le Petit Chambord White Blend Cheverny le Petit Chambord 2009

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Made entirely from Romorantin, a rare and ancient variety now only planted in the tiny appellation of Cour-Cheverny. ...

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A Romorantin wine from Loire Valley in France. 2009 Francois Cazin le Petit Chambord Cour Cheverny Cuvee Renaissance 750ml Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
11/02/2011

A Romorantin wine from Loire Valley in France. 2009 Francois Cazin le Petit Chambord Cour Cheverny Cuvee Renaissance 750ml


Winemaker's Notes:

Made entirely from Romorantin, a rare and ancient variety now only planted in the tiny appellation of Cour-Cheverny. Romorantin is naturally high in acidity and often reflects the minerally soils in which it is grown. Cazin's Cour-Cheverny shows delicate floral aromas, tinged with hints of hazelnuts and apricots. The wine is Chablis-like in quality with a long finish. The 2009 Cour Cheverny has 6.5g of acidity and no residual sugar.

Made entirely from Romorantin, a rare and ancient variety now only planted in the tiny appellation of Cour-Cheverny. Romorantin is naturally high in acidity and often reflects the minerally soils in which it is grown. Cazin's Cour-Cheverny shows delicate floral aromas, tinged with hints of hazelnuts and apricots. The wine is Chablis-like in quality with a long finish. The 2009 Cour Cheverny has 6.5g of acidity and no residual sugar.

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