Xavier Flouret French Blonde 2011
The Chatelain family has been growing vines since 1630 on the slopes of the Loire valley. The 30–hectare vineyard is now managed by Jean–Claude Chatelain along with his son Vincent. Now the 12th generation, they continue to make wines with passion and respect for the tradition of winemaking.
Xavier Flouret Wines, founded by Xavier Flouret in 2008, is a collection of boutique wines from around the world. Each award-winning wine embodies the character of that wine’s region, which is important when developing a carefully selected portfolio of varietals. Each bottle features an "X" design on the front and information about the winemaker and the winery on the back, complete with food pairing recommendations.
Food Pairings for Xavier Flouret French Blonde
Eye: Brilliant green gold. Nose: Elegant, rich nose, ripe lemon, grapefruit. Palate: Fresh and rich in the mouth with nice powerful aromas.
Aged 4 months in on the lees.
Aged 2 months in in bottle.
|Alcohol: 12.5%||pH: 3.23|
|Sugar: 0.8 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 4.3 grams per liter|
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