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Gaspard Sauvignon Blanc

$26.00

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Vintage: 2019
Region: Loire Valley, France
Viticulture: Organic and biodynamic
Grape variety: 100% Sauvignon Blanc

Gaspard Sauvignon Blanc is clean, crisp, and fruity. Bright mineral-driven acidity balanced the citrus and apple orchard fruit. Simply divine!

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Gaspard Sauvignon Blanc

Gaspard Sauvignon Blanc is clean, crisp, and fruity. Bright mineral-driven acidity balanced the citrus and apple orchard fruit. Simply divine!

About Gaspard

Gaspard is a Jenny & François house label. The grapes are sourced from a winemaker in the Loire Valley who makes the wines to our specifications. Jenny met a Parisian artist and asked her to create labels for this project.  They put their heads together and came up with the name “Gaspard,” and a joyful label for lovely Loire-Valley creations.

About Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is a white-wine grape from western France, now successfully grown in emerging and established wine regions all over the world. While the grape may be more readily associated with the Loire Valley (for its pivotal role in Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé), it is more likely to have originated from Bordeaux, where it is typically blended with Semillon.

The key selling point of Sauvignon Blanc is its straightforwardness – the flavors are rarely hidden away in the background. Also, there is a particularly close correlation between the perceived flavors and their descriptors, making Sauvignon Blanc an ideal wine with which to begin wine-tasting lessons.

Classic Sauvignon Blanc aromas range from grass, nettles, blackcurrant leaf, and asparagus to green apples and gooseberries, and to more esoteric notes such as cats’ pee and gunflint. The latter is a sign of wine from Pouilly-Fumé, where the struck flint aroma (known there as pierre à fusil) derives from the presence of high levels of chert in the local limestone soils. This effect is so pronounced and consistent that Sauvignon Blanc was once widely known as Blanc Fumé in this part of the Loire.