Vouvray


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Vouvray

village in central France known for its medium-dry white wine. [Fr. Hist.: Misc.]
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DOMAINE SYLVAIN GAUDRON VOUVRAY SEC 2016 (PS15.15 TO PS17.95 GREAT WESTERN WINE) This is classic dry Vouvray for summer drinking from a renowned domain with vineyards planted in chalk and clay soils.
If you can't make it to the Loire this summer, bring Vouvray to your glass.
Our next subject will be Vouvray Sec, with a little help from the neighboring appellations of Montlouis and Jasnieres.
It is widely planted and makes Vouvray, the sparkling Saumur wines, and many others.
Perhaps, even more complex was the 2007 Yves Breussin Vouvray, Demi-Sec (Chenin Blanc) from the Loire Valley in France ($ 28) with loads of floral and honey scented ripe citrus notes and delicate sweetnes.
You can get to Chaumont by plane from Stansted to Tours then a hire car via Vouvray and Amboise.
Two four-year-olds go for him in the 4.00 - Lupita and Madam Vouvray
Loire Valley wines, such as the appellations of Sancerre (dry whites), Pouilly Fume (dry whites) Vouvray (dry, sweet, and sparkling whites), Mountlouis (sweet whites), Chinon (reds), Samur-Champigny (reds), and Muscadet (dry whites), are the wines most Consumed by the French in restaurants.
It is best known for whites that range from bone-dry, oyster-loving Muscadet to off-dry Vouvray (made from chenin blanc) to herbal/minerally sauvignon blancs (Sancerre, Pouilly-Fume).
I stumbled on a fantastic wine the other night while having dinner with friends at Chez Panisse, in Berkeley--the 2002 Le Haut Lieu Vouvray (Sec).