Savagnin & Zalto White Wine Stem ...... a perfect pair!

by Chris Walsh May 31, 2015

The Savagnin from Domaine de la Touraize offers fresh, stony/flinty, white flower and honeysuckle florals, lemon zest and white peach.  The character of this Savagnin is retained in the bottle along with exceptionally bright acidity. There is also a complex bitter note that fades nicely as the wine gets air.  This medium bodied wine works really well with fish and shellfish dishes, and chicken or pasta especially in cream or stock sauces. The 2012 also can accompany a cheese course to close out your meal. Just be careful not to chill this wine too much because it will mask the full range of aromas and flavors that his wine can provide. Don’t miss the versatility of this beauty.


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