Le Hameau Sauvignon blanc

Vin de France

The Story

Le Hameau means a Hamlet, or small village, reflecting the fact that the grapes for this wine come from small independent growers cluttered around a group of small villages. The real winemaking skill lies in selecting each parcel of grapes, all of which have slightly different characteristics, and blending them into a wine that has several layers of flavours. A real contestant to New Zealand’s Sauvignon Blanc.

The Wine

100% Sauvignon blanc

This wine has a light lemon colour with green hues and aromas of white fruits (pear, granny Smith apples) and a hint of minerality and herbaceousness. Crisp and fresh on the palate, it is well balanced between fruitiness and acidity.

Grandissime’s Advice

“Perfect served chilled on its own as an aperitif or with grilled fish, kind prawns or goat cheese dishes.”

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