Cheverny Blanc, Dom. du Salvard
Staff Pick

Cheverny Blanc, Dom. du Salvard - 2021

Item # 13817 750mL
$19.96/ Single Bottle
$239.52 $215.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

This wine shows lovely Sauvignon Blanc character, offering refreshing notes of citrus and herbs on the nose. The palate delivers very lively acidity and ripe, white fleshed fruits. Tangy and well-mineraled on the finish.

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Staff Pick Notes

This vivacious blend of chardonnay and sauvignon blanc is a fantastic white for any time of year. From the months you spend under layers of blankets by the overly crown-molded fireplaces of our dreams, to the times when even the thinnest layer of linen is too much. Crisp white fruit. White peaches, with the thinnest lip of pink, to lychee and lilies. In the warmer months pair with some widely under appreciated rom com you can't get anyone to watch with you. And in the brutal winter - pair with the warmest softest pajamas and lemony 2am salmon.

- HG

Astor's Glossary of Terms


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Sauvignon Blanc

Few varietals have spawned as bizarre a list of descriptors as Sauvignon Blanc. Believe it or not, “cat pee” is in fact a complimentary tasting note, associated with some of the best bottlings. (It’s a somewhat odd way of pointing out herbaceousness in the wine.) Cat pee aside, Sauvignon Blanc (sometimes called "Fumé Blanc" in California) is a bit of a chameleon in terms of style, and quite...

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