Recommendation: Quite a bargain for a “Garden Variety” French white wine.
Winery/Producer: Jean-Claude Debeaune, France.
Grape Variety: Unknown white.
Geographic Region, Appellation: France.
Price: $7.99 (with a 20% discount)
Purchased From: Total Wine; Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Paired With: Panini sandwiches: ham, Swiss cheese, apricot preserves and Dijon mustard.
He said: Chilled before opening. Crystal clear oat straw color. Nice floral aromas. Light melon and honey taste with a slight creamy mouth feel. Somewhat lingering tart finish that has a slight bitterness at the very end. A little bit dry, slight crisp acidity and a little bit of body. Not bad with the piney sandwich and just so-so drinking alone after lunch. This is clearly an inexpensive white wine that get classified as OK, at best. But at $7.99 it’s quite a bargain for a “Garden Variety” French white wine.
She said: Mello and pleasant, this wine would go with almost anything. It is very easy drinking with it’s medium body and touch of creaminess. It is smooth and dry and ans a medium-length finish. Although nicely balanced it lacks nuances of flavor and has only a fleeting bouquet.
Bar code: 0 31259 01744 0
Imported by: Saranty Imports; White Plains, New York.