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Puech Redon Apparente 2018 (White)


Synopsis, Our Opinion: Very nice white blend that we would buy again in a flash.

Producer/Winery: Cyril Cuche (and Eric Texier); Château Puech Redon; Puechredon, France.

Grape Variety: Blend – Grenache Blanc and Viognier.

Geographic Appellation,, Region, Country: Vin de France; Languedoc, France.

Vintage: 2018

Price: $17.10 (with a 10% mixed case discount)

Purchased From: The Caviste Wine Shop; Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Paired With: Greek chicken.

Tasting:

    Chilled before drinking. Clear, light oat straw color with just a hint of cloudiness. Invigorating aromas of ripe tropical fruit, lemon, Granny Smith apple and lilac that was just jumping out of the glass. Edgy and dusty mineral mouthfeel, light body and a 200-grit texture. Tangerine, mango, lemon, lime and limestone spring water tastes. Light yet still crisp acidity and a long honeydew melon, lemon and mineral finish. Although it did not have strong acidity there was a lively and spring time freshness that combined with the robust citrus flavors made it a PERFECT pairing with the lemon chicken. Very nice white blend that we would buy again in a flash.

Cyril Cuche at his Château Puech Redon
Photo from Château Puech Redon.

Comments: Learn more about Château Puech Redon and their wines.

Alcohol Content: 12.5%

Closure: Aluminium covered 45mm Reconstructed cork.

UPC Code: Not available.

Imported by: Louis/Dressner Selections; New York, New York.