Valflaunes Pourquoi Pas Languedoc 2017

Synopsis, Our Opinion: A noteworthy fresh white wine that’s a FANTASTIC value.

Producer/Winery: Fabien Reboul; Château de Valflaunès; Valflaunès, France.

Grape Variety: Blend – 60% Roussanne, 30% Marsanne and 10% Vermentino.

Geographic Appellation, Region, Country: Languedoc, France.

Vintage: 2017

Price: $16.20 (with a 10% mixed case discount)

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

Paired With: Tuna dreams and a garden salad.


    Chilled before drinking. Clear, light wheat straw color. Fresh lemon, lime, pear and apple aromas with a background of wet grass and blooming hydrangeas. Smooth, green, dry, light body…but with real substance and a 200-grit texture. Robust lemon and lime flavors with a mineral backbone that was like drinking from a limestone spring. Gobs of edgy acidity and a medium length tart mineral tasting finish. A VERY clean, green and lean white blend with hulking fresh fruit flavors. Great with the tuna dreams and salad, but equally delicious sipping after the dinner. A special wine from start to finish…and the real proof of the pudding, this is our second bottle and we have already been to the store and bought more!!! It is a noteworthy fresh white wine that’s a FANTASTIC value.

Fabien Reboul
Photo from Château de Valflaunès.
Comments: Learn more about Chateau Valflaunes and their wines.
See also: Our review of Valflaunes Par Hasard Rouge 2017.
Alcohol Content: 13.5%

Closure: Reconstructed cork.

UPC Code: Not available.

Imported by: Barrique Wines; Durham, North Carolina.