If you like Sauvignon Blanc then this wine will certainly appeal to you. A blended white from the winemaking region near Gascony that produces primarily white wines. It’s aromatic, herbal and luscious with white pineapple and grassy notes. An ideal pairing for a light a light salad.
Nothing makes me happier than finding a genuinely great bottle for a bargain. Dom. de Cassagnoles Cotes de Gascoyne is a perfect house white - bright, juicy, fruity, and refreshing, with a clean mineral edge.
This wine is a fruit basket (lemon, green apple, peach, white nectarine) strewn with garlands of flowers (honeysuckle, white blossom) and fresh green herbs.
It can be a great aperitif, the ideal companion for light fish dishes, salads, and cheeses, or simply an afternoon sipper.
One should have a bottle chilling in the fridge at all times!
Colombard was traditionally used, with Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche, to make cognac. It fell out of fashion in France in the 1970s, but at the same time caught on in California, and soon became the most widely planted grape in the state (where it was known as French Colombard). There, it was widely used to produce sweet yet crisp bulk wines. Seeing what the Americans had done, the French would...
Known as Trebbiano in Italy, Ugni Blanc is best known as the main ingredient in Cognac.
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