Les Chemins de Bassac Cotes de Thongue RAIZ blanc 2018

Synopsis, Our Opinion: A subtle and savory white wine from the south of France that’s a FANTASTIC VALUE.

Producer/Winery: Bruno Triguero and Thama Sakuma; Les Chemins de Bassac; Puimisson, France.

Grape Variety: Blend: 60% Roussanne and 40% Vingnier.

Geographic Appellation,, Region, Country: Languedoc Roussillon, France.

Vintage: 2018

Price: $16.00 (with a 10% mixed case discount)

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

Paired With: Ham and Swiss cheese quiche, garden salad and homemade garlic bread.


    Chilled before drinking. Clear, very light oat straw color. Very aromatic honeysuckle, citrus blossoms and pear aromas. Smooth, dusty and refreshing mouthfeel, light to medium body and a 200-grit texture. Fresh Honey, lemon, juicy ripe pears and very delicious mineral flavors. Plenty of crisp acidity with a long lively and exhilarating finish. WOW, crisp and refreshing, but not nearly as sweet as traditional Roussanne from southern France. We really liked the dry, flavorful blend. Wonderful paired with both the quiche and salad and it was a perfect Fall sipping wine. We called it a subtle, savory white wine from the south of France that’s a super GREAT VALUE.

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Alcohol Content: 12.5%

Closure: Aluminum covered 45mm Synthetic cork.

UPC Code: 0 24606 36351 2

Imported by: Piedmont wine Imports; Durham, North Carolina.