|Winery:||Cave de Vouvray|
|Region:||France » Loire » Touraine » Vouvray|
Cave de Vouvray
not too sweet
|Winery:||Cave de Vouvray|
Aromas of almonds and pears followed by flavors of peaches and pears. A balanced, off-dry wine with a crisp acidity and a bit of sweetness evident in the finish. Serve as an apéritif.
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History of the grape: Modern day French oenologist Pierre Galet states Chenin Blanc has been in France at least since...
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I bought this bottle of wine back in May when I visited the beautiful Chateau Chenonceau. Wine is sold there in a building called ' La Cave des Dome 'next to the restaurant in the Chateau grounds but most of it is actually made at Cave du Pere Auguste in the nearby village of Civray de Touraine. The Touraine AOC was created in 1939 [although vit... Read More
nice nose of apples....great mouthfeel, off dry white with a nice lingering finish. Read More
My wife and I very much enjoy red wines. She enjoys merlots and pinot noirs and I prefer cabs and malbec. We are wanting to get into more white wines this summer. What is a good type of white to try for someone whose palate is accustomed to reds? Any suggestions? Read More
Very nice white wine with smooth fruit overtones. Read More
Hi, I am looking to buy birth year bottles for my girls (born in '95 and '97). Which region and varietal can hold up for 21 years before popping the cork? I'm guessing French wines will be the most common response, but my knowledge to this region is pretty limited (primarily drink CA, WA, and Italian wines). Also not looking to break the bank... Read More
Aromas of almonds and pears followed by flavors of peaches and pears. A balanced, off-dry wine with a crisp acidity and a bit of sweetness evident in the finish. Serve as an apéritif. Read More
I have decided to learn about wines specifically because I was tired of going to restaurants and just picking "whatever everyone else picked". My brother, who had been a bartender for over 15 years told me to figure out what grape I liked and then sent me a video y John Cleese called "Wine for the Confused". :) After watching that video, I le... Read More
My husband and I were priviledged to have the opportunity to visit a small Vouvray winery in Rochecorbon, France. It was so spectacular to learn first-hand from one of the owners the process of making Vouvray. They keep their wine in a cave under their facility. Truly unbelievable experience. Try Domaine Le Capitaine Vouvray - it costs appro... Read More
Great vouvray, very buttery, not too sweet Read More