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2019 Domaine La Tour Beaumont Haut-Poitou Sauvignon Blanc
2019 Domaine La Tour Beaumont Haut-Poitou Sauvignon Blanc €9,95

2019 Domaine La Tour Beaumont Haut-Poitou Sauvignon Blanc

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Trouvaille in the small Haut-Poitou
Limited production of high quality
Dusty, fresh, citrusy sauvignon blanc
Top with fresh salads, fish and as an aperitif

 

Tasting note La Tour Beaumont Sauvignon Blanc

Flowing, fresh sauvignon blanc with the scent of fine fruit and boxwood. The mild, dry taste is accessible and remains delicious.

Description

The Haut-Poitou is a small wine region north of the city of Poitiers. Viticulture dates back to the third century, but was mainly developed by Dutch wine merchants who transported wine from this region and the Charentes to Flanders and Holland in the seventeenth century.

The climate is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and provides wines with sufficient freshness and aromatic intensity. Since 1970, the region has had its own designation of origin, then a so-called VDQS, which was converted into Appellation Contrôlée in 2011. Sauvignon is the grape variety for dry white poitou.

Pierre Morgeau is the driving force behind the twenty-six-hectare La Tour Beaumont family estate. Its vines grow on soft limestone soil, which gives the sauvignon sophistication and juiciness.

Moreover, Pierre has a strong philosophy about natural wine making. He uses an organic method in the vineyard. For example, the neighbor's horses get straw and hay from his fields and the neighbor in turn supplies the natural manure used in the vineyards. But this alone does not make good wine. Pierre Morgeau is also a gifted winemaker who masteres the vinification to perfection, such as very limited use of sulphite and the absence of dry harvesting (adding sugar).

Highly recommended, this fresh, white sauvignon and from a fairly unknown and potentially excellent wine region. The 2014 harvest already won a silver medal, the 2015 received gold at the Concours Agricole in Paris.


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