In addition to being French, another thing that’s different about this wine is what’s in it. It’s made from 60% Aïren, 20% Ugni Blanc and 20% Colombard grapes. Which may not be grapes you’re tasting each day.
This wine doesn’t offer much on the nose, except set alight apple aromas and, if you really dig for it, some very faint yeast aromas. The palate offers a nice, bubbly mouth feel with tart, granny smith apple flavors, as well as some fresh-squeezed lime (as I said, it’s tart) and a touch of mineral, particularly on the end. It has a hint of bitterness
Wine: Pol Rémy
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