Tour de France White 6-Pack
France is the definitive home of the majority of the grape varieties we love to drink. Not only did the French travel all over the world to be cultivated in California and South America among many other places, but so did the many centuries of winemaking traditions, slowly refined, to give us wines of high quality at reasonable prices. France's many winemaking areas located inside of it’s borders still continue to define, educate and delight.
2015 Racine Provence Rosé
This special Côtes du Provence Rosé offers full, expressive flavors of lychee, peach, and mango, with an essence of rose. Racine Rosé is produced by legendary French winemaker Bruno Lafon, whose wines always have a certain savoir-faire which is clearly on display here.
2015 Marquis de Bacalan Bordeaux Blanc
While almost 90% of the wine produced in France’s legendary Bordeaux region is red, Bordeaux whites are made with the same care and eye for detail as the region’s reds. For example, 2015 Marquis de Bacalan Bordeaux Blanc thrilled us with its sophistication. It’s a delicately layered white, with plenty of space for generous flavors of citrus, grass, gooseberry, and honeysuckle. Think of this Bordeaux Blanc as a white that possesses the same appeal as a Sauvignon Blanc, but with a complexity that is sure to thrill connoisseurs.
2015 Domaine du Menard White Blend
A blend of Colombard, Sauvignon, and Gros Manseng (all local varieties), this wine is aromatic, elegant, and crisp, with tropical fruit notes, pineapple, and grapefruit, with subtle green-flavors of bell pepper.