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Jean-Pascal Aubron Sauvignon Blanc

$18.00

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Vintage: 2020
Region: Loire Valley, France
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Sauvignon Blanc

Jean-Pascal Aubron Sauvignon Blanc offers up lean citrus fruit, white flowers, chalk dust, and a layer of melon fruit. A zippy savvy-b.

Song: C’est si bon by Conway Twitty

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About Jean-Pascal Aubron Sauvignon Blanc

Jean-Pascal Aubron Sauvignon Blanc offers up lean citrus fruit, white flowers, chalk dust, and a layer of melon fruit. The palate is medium-bodied, darting with acidity, and leaves a thread of mineral on the long, mouth-watering finish. This is a fun and zippy savvy-b. The Grand Fief de l’Audigère is a classified vineyard, its wines recognized for their quality for centuries. Jean Aubron uses natural, traditional vinification methods, transferring the wines midway through the fermentation process to underground glass-lined tanks, where they finish and sit on their lees for between 6 to 10 months, depending on the year’s quality. The result of his efforts is nothing short of astounding.

About Jean-Pascal Aubron

Since 1843, Jean-Pascal Aubron’s family has been tending their vineyards around the town of Vallet, outside of Nantes, near the Atlantic Coast. Jean Aubron uses traditional vinification methods, transferring the wines midway through the fermentation process to underground glass-lined tanks, where they finish and sit on their lees for between 6 to 10 months, depending on the year’s quality. The primary focus of the winery is Aubron’s classic, brisk Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine sur lie from the acclaimed Grand Fief de l’Audigère, a lieu-dit which sits on gabbro (volcanic rock) deposits. He produces smaller amounts of chardonnay and sauvignon blanc, each no less spritely and mineral. A central glowing orb of green citrus fruit that fully illuminates this wine’s intricate crystalline structure. Do yourself a favor and ask your nearest cheesemonger for her most ripe goat cheese to pair with wine.