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White Wine / France / Loire / Touraine AOC / 13 % vol / 100% Sauvignon
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 50 Loire

SAUVIGNON 2019 - CHATEAU DE VALLAGON

0,75 L White Wine / France / Loire / Touraine AOC / 13 % vol / 100% Sauvignon

18.0/20
Verified taster: Antoine W. 05/16/2021 Verified purchase

Exuberant, fruity, citrus fruits from grapefruit to lemon. Typical and ideal sauvignon, without acidity. Perfect as an aperitif with goat's cheese. I recommendmore reviews

You'll fall for this white Touraine: a gold-medal-winning fruity wine for apéritifs that's structured, affordable and a customer favourite in the previous vintage.
Located in Coteaux-du-Cher, the vineyard practices chemical-limiting farming methods in working its vines, which are on average 20 years old. This terroir is made up of clay-limestone and chalky soils, allowing its cuvées to reveal a great deal of freshness and minerality. The estate's 100% Sauvignon Touraine reveals beautiful tropical fruit aromas, before giving way to a fresh, frank and supple palate with light citrus and mineral notes. A delight of the Loire to drink with an excellent seafood platter.
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SAUVIGNON 2019 - CHATEAU DE VALLAGON
  Vintage
2019
  Grape Variety
100% Sauvignon
  Character
Supple and fruity dry white wine
  Style
Fruity
  Sight
Pale yellow colour
  Smell
Exotic and lively fruit aromas
  Taste
Light citrus notes and supple on the palate. Mineral finish
  Service Temperature
8°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink within 2 years
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Fish, Shellfish, Cheese
  Recommended with
Grilled shrimps, salmon en papillote, mixed salads, goat cheese


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evaluated by 49 clients

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18.0/20
Verified taster: 05/16/2021 Verified purchase

Exuberant, fruity, citrus fruits from grapefruit to lemon. Typical and ideal sauvignon, without acidity. Perfect as an aperitif with goat's cheese. I recommend


18.0/20
Verified taster: 10/08/2021 Verified purchase

A Sauvignon Blanc with a beautiful colour and a very pleasant taste on the palate. It goes perfectly with a dinner aperitif and cheese. A delight for the taste buds.


15.0/20
Verified taster: 09/25/2021 Verified purchase

Nice Sauvignon Blanc from Loire Valley. Pineapple, green apple, lime and hints of minerals. Light body with refreshing acidity and pleasant finish. Good everyday wine and great value for money.


19.0/20
Verified taster: 09/21/2021 Verified purchase

It's a great wine. What a delight! Very nice pale yellow colour, citrus fruits, white peach, exotic fruits, nice length in the mouth on the mineral, as an aperitif or on a cheese platter, note justified by an incredible price in promotion. NOT TO BE MISSED!


18.0/20
Verified taster: 07/11/2021 Verified purchase

Ahhh a wine from Touraine and what a wine with 2 stars in the Michelin Guide. To enjoy with your eyes closed. Light wine, full of freshness that will delight your taste buds. Perfect!!!


18.0/20
Verified taster: 05/05/2021 Verified purchase

A wine that largely deserves its medals! Very good sauvignon. A very nice discovery. Often drunk with seafood. Beautiful aromas and a nice freshness, a guaranteed treat!


17.0/20
Verified taster: 04/01/2021 Wine expert

To taste without hesitation! It's light, supple and fruity: lemon grapefruit flavour, white peach, floral note. Really nothing to criticize for a wine at this price. I recommend!

CHATEAU DE VALLAGON

The vineyard is located in the commune of Bourré in the Cher in the Loire wine appellation. The lands of Vallagon were once part of the Chenonceau estate and extended to the place called "Les Drageonnières". On the site of the current castle was located in the 16th century, a manor house transformed in the 19th century by a wealthy bourgeois, into a stone house of Bourré surrounded by woods and vines where he had a press installed in 1864. In 1912, Monsieur Lucien Meyer buys this agricultural property which will be operated by one of his sons. The Sauvignon from Château Vallagon which is produced there today is a fruity, floral wine full of freshness. It also produces a fruity and light red wine.

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