Sauvignon Blanc bristling with lemony freshness. It’s not from the Loire but from selected regions across SW France. The idea was to blend a delicious wine at a great value price. With a history of Gold medals, Hervé Sabardeil has done just that.
"Great French Sauvignon Blanc. Just what the doctor ordered"
Online Review For the 2016 vintage
If you enjoy the cleansing freshness of Loire Sauvignon, you must try this great value rival from the sunny south. It’s the craftsmanship of our trusted ‘partner in wine’ Hervé Sabardeil (of Chante-Clair fame). The plan was to make the freshest, most aromatic white he could from whichever vineyards he thought best to get freshness, flavour and value. La Belle Saison is a wine of true Gallic flair that’s proud to bear its ‘Vin de France’ classification. The inaugural vintage garnered enthusiastic 5-Star reviews online and won Gold, and it has scored another Gold every year since (2017 to come!). Crisp with ripe green apple and lime fruit, it’s ideal with white fish, a noodle stir-fry or other light, fragrant dishes. Perfect on its own, too.
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