Vouvray


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Vouvray

village in central France known for its medium-dry white wine. [Fr. Hist.: Misc.]
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It's a peculiarity of Vouvray that even wines labeled sec may not be entirely dry.
Chenin blanc from the Loire Valley is already a fullsome wine varying from the medium sweet vouvray to the dry, serious Savennieres.
A wine I am recommending highly is Francois Chidaine Vouvray Le Bouchet, 2007.
The panorama across acres of vineyards in Vouvray looked even more beautiful because I'd reached the vantage point by my own steam, while the thrill of zooming downhill through the same vineyards into tiny French towns was pretty exhilarating, to say the least.
The panorama across acres of vineyards in Vouvray looked even more beautiful because I'd reached The panorama across acres of vineyards in Vouvray looked even more beautiful because I'd reached the vantage point by my own steam, while the thrill of zooming downhill through the same vineyards into tiny French towns was pretty exhilarating, to say the least.
Three of the best 3 from supermarket shelves Tesco Vouvray (PS5.
Chenin Blanc, Vouvray La Craie Vouvray, France 2010
Clean as a whistle, Vouvray Sec Coteau de la Biche Domaine Pichot 2011, France (pounds 11.
THAT Chateau Moncontour Vouvray is still on offer at M&S and at pounds 9, down from pounds 11.
The former is best known for Sancerre and Pouilly Fume, while the latter is mainly associated with Vouvray.
Garcia is well acquainted with the sparkling Vouvray he floats atop his Martini Royale, $16, a drink made with muddled blueberries, lime, mint, acai juice and Cognac.
Brendan Powell, trainer of Madam Vouvray and Lupita